The Jerusalem Music Centre (JMC) was founded in 1973 by legendary violinist Isaac Stern and Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek, with the assistance of Yad Hanadiv (a Rothschild foundation) and the Jerusalem Foundation. The JMC’s purpose was to provide a musical centre that would find and nurture the finest musical talents from all over Israel, and today, as a result of more than 40 years of work, many such talents can be heard performing on prominent concert stages across the world. read more
The International Series of the JMC (former 'Music at the Y' series) is comprised this year of 12 concerts by internationally renowned artists, including a Winter Mini Festival – in co-operation with the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival.
The 7 at Seven series presents a new and interesting format of lectured-concerts, and afterwards an open discussion with the artists – with light refreshments – in the JMC lobby.
Seven concerts and one bonus - all start at 19:00 and are about an hour long.
The Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (YIPO) is Israel’s national youth orchestra, comprising 100 of Israel’s most talented young players of orchestral instruments between the ages of 14 and 18. read more
The International Masterclass Programme in Memory of Claus Moser brings leading instrumentalists to Israel to share their insight and experience with the next generation of musical talents. read more