Music is in the Air!

Thanks to Latet's partnership with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, Aid for Life enjoyed a performance from Zubin Mehta!

Music is in the air thanks to Latet's partnership with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra, which invited thirty Holocaust Survivors, along with volunteers, to see the conductor Zubin Mehta live at the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv!
That’s not all - thanks to the generosity of the Symphonic Orchestra in Beer Sheva, prior to each concert, a number of tickets will be allocated for the Survivors in our care, along with their volunteers! Concerts are a wonderful treat for our Survivors, who are looking forward to more live shows throughout the year! 

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