The JSO, whose home is the Henry Crown Auditorium, which in the late 1980s was built as an annex to the Jerusalem Theater, has hosted some of the world’s top conductors, musicians and singers.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN In March of this year, then-Romanian prime minister Viorica Dancila declared that she would move her country’s embassy to Jerusalem. She was contradicted by President Klaus Iohannis, who apparently has the final say on such matters, and not long after she found herself out of office, and the embassy remains in Tel Aviv.
Nonetheless, Romania’s Unification Day will be celebrated in Jerusalem on December 1, with a gala concert by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra plus several leading Romanian musicians.
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