Tel Aviv will be hosting a classic concert in a few days time. The Israel Philharmonic is a professional ensemble, given wonderful direction by bass baritone Thomas Quasthoff and conductor Zubin Mehta. The museum’s Fredric Mann Auditorium is the venue for the two concerts. The performances will start at 20.30 on both evenings, but audience members are advised to arrive early.

The museum is located on one of the Israeli capital city’s principal thoroughfares, Sderot Sha’ul HaMelech, and within walking distance of the city beach and the historic Old Jaffa neighbourhood. There are several Tel Aviv hotel options in the environs of the museum and along the beach.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head of said: “The opportunity of enjoying classic compositions by distinguished writers, played by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra will generate a surge in reservations for nearby hotels. An internet check will indicate which hotels have vacancies on the concert nights.”