KeyNote is the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s program for Music Education and Community Outreach. Over 20,000 children of all ages and adults take part yearly in a diverse collection of activities centered on Israel’s finest orchestra.
The director of KeyNote program is Irit Rub. The Pedagogical Director of KeyNote program is Dochy Lichtensztajn (Ph.D). For an interview with Irit in AFIPO newsletter click here.
From kindergarten, through elementary and high school, and even into the Army, the orchestra reaches out to the young audience with intimate sessions in the classroom, specially designed school concerts at Tel Aviv’s Mann Auditorium, master classes, and private instruction.
The program promotes tolerance and mutual respect, serving all of Israel’s citizens: Jewish, Christian and Muslim. KeyNote regularly reaches out to communities that previously had no exposure to the Orchestra.
KeyNote is made possible through the generous support of The American Friends of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.