Jerusalem is an exceptional place to enjoy myriad performances by a wide range of performers. From chamber music, to dance groups, orchestras, bands, pop-stars and more you can find out about the great opportunities there are in Jerusalem to see some outstanding performances
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Jerusalem is a truly magnificent cultural center where you can enjoy performances to suit a wide and varied range of interests. Jerusalem is very well regarded for it's chamber and orchestral performances, as played by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra or the the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra; who have their home in the Jerusalem Theater, one of the finest locations for performances in the city.
For those searching for something a little more edgy, there is Zappa on the Hebron Road and the Yellow Submarine in Talpiot. With well-known and well-respected Israeli artists making frequent appearances by attending a performance you will be able to get a sense of what the music scene (including jazz in the case of the Yellow Submarine) is like in Jerusalem.
Chet-7 (Sheva) is on the bottom floor of the parking lot underneath Beit Avi Chai. An intimate venue that plays host to music, theater, comedy and improv it's a great place to see a performance. There is also a club devoted to comedy known as the Comedy Basement, which is underneath Binyan Clal. Depending on the night, the fare is mixed, but there are opportunities for budding comedians on open mic night
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