Jerusalem

Classical music is the capital's strong suit. Artists in other musical genres pass through from time to time, but Jerusalem is seldom their main focus. For English-language schedules of performances and other cultural events, consult the Friday weekend section of the Jerusalem Post and its insert "In Jerusalem," Friday's "The Guide" of Haaretz's English edition, Time Out Jerusalem, and the free weekly and monthly booklets available at hotels and information bureaus. Ticket prices typically range from NIS 75 to NIS 350, depending on venue size and artist.

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  • 1. Beit Avi Chai

    Center City | Film

    This 270-seat auditorium hosts lectures, concerts, and theater in Hebrew and English throughout the year, often on topics related to Jewish...Read More

  • 2. Jerusalem Cinematheque

    Center City | Festivals

    Specializing in old, rare, and art films, this complex has four theaters, a restaurant, and splendid views of the Old City and the Hinnom Valley...Read More

  • 3. Jerusalem Theatre

    Center City | Film

    Also known as the Jerusalem Centre for the Performing Arts, this venue hosts some of the city's best plays, music, dance, and film screenings...Read More

  • 4. Lev Smadar

    German Colony | Film

    In the German Colony, this venue is a bit of a throwback to yesteryear's movie atmosphere. It's a single-screen cinema with a snack bar in an...Read More

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