Endow a Seat Forever
Audience seats in the Frank Lowy Concert Hall at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv can be named in honor or in memory of a loved one. A brass plaque will be affixed to your seat with an inscription of your choosing.
Endow a Musician’s Chair
Endow a chair to establish a special, personal connection with the musician who occupies it, and to support an instrument you love. Concertmaster, principal, assistant principal, and tutti positions are available to endow.
Dedicate a Concert
Support the heart and soul of the Orchestra by underwriting a concert in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, or Haifa. Concerts can be dedicated in honor or memory of a loved one, or for a particular purpose, such as engaging new and diverse audiences.
A planned gift is a unique opportunity that allows you to create a lasting legacy, through AFIPO, that invests in the future of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Gifts include bequests, trusts, appreciated securities, donor-advised funds, retirement account designation, and real estate.
Planned giving donors become members of the Bronislaw Huberman Society.
Central Tel Aviv, including the Charles Bronfman Auditorium, has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the Bauhaus tradition, the Auditorium is one of the most important works in the history of Israeli architecture.
Capital improvements will have a lasting impact on everyone involved with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra — the IPO musicians, guest artists, conductors, and audiences of all ages — for generations to come.
Underwrite an Artist-in-Residence
The program enables the IPO to forge partnerships with exceptional soloists who will perform with the Orchestra multiple times throughout a concert season. Additionally, the Artist-in-Residence will give solo recitals, teach masterclasses, lead educational projects and perform chamber music with IPO musicians.
Support new works written specifically for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, strengthening Israel’s classical music heritage and ensuring that symphonic-scale work remains a relevant and expanding art form in the 21st century.
Confirm your commitment to Israel and the arts.