Housed in the Frederic R. Mann Auditorium in Heichal Hatarbut, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra is the national symphony orchestra of Israel. Founded in 1936 by violinist Bronislaw Huberman, the organization not only withstood the destruction of World War II, but it also played its own part in boosting morale by holding numerous concerts for the Jewish Brigade and allied soldiers. The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra continues to act as an international force of symphonic music with frequent world tours and collaborations with guest conductors from across the globe.
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