Palo Alto - Polyphony
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Since 2006 Polyphony has been bringing together young people growing up in an increasingly polarized environment to participate in the shared joy of music-making. As of today, our world-class programs have reached over 25,000 children across Israel, developing musicians, attracting world-renowned artists and, most importantly, forging new friendships across dividing lines. Through music, students at Polyphony are given the chance to transcend limiting narratives about ‘the other’ and see the world beyond the boundaries of race, religion and cultural heritage.

Support Polyphony’s Performance in Palo Alto

Monday, November 18, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

How you can make a difference

Each year, Polyphony receives support from local donors, the Israeli Ministry of Education, international private foundations, and donors from the United States. Your gift provides a number of opportunities to youth throughout Israel.


We invite you to make a donation below via our secured online portal. Your one-time or recurring gift is fully tax-deductible. Our EIN is 27-5559473.

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If you prefer, you may also mail your gift to the Polyphony office. Please be sure to reference this performance.


Polyphony Foundation
750 E Main Street
Suite 600
Stamford, CT 06902


For any questions about your donation, you can email Erin Wright, US Director at

Polyphony’s Programs

Creating common ground by making common sound

Alhan students, September 2016.

Alhan is an in-school musical education curriculum for kindergarten to 6th-grade student that uses new and familiar melodies appropriate for schools in both communities to teach children basic musical concepts.


The Nazareth Conservatory provides classical music instruction to over 115 students, aged 4 to 18. In individual lessons, students develop self-discipline and confidence. In chamber groups, pupils learn to listen and make artistic decisions together.

The Ensemble touring the old city of Ghent.

The Scholar-in-Residence seminar is for advanced musicians aged 15 to 18. For five days twice a year, an equal cohort of Arab and Jewish teenagers come together for a musical and academic immersion in a neutral environment that culminates in a public orchestral concert.

Galilee Orchestra in rehearsal in Wiesbaden.

The Galilee Chamber Orchestra was the first professional mixed orchestra in Israel. The group performs in Israel, as part of Alhan concerts, and recently made its European debut in Germany.

Polyphony earned the 2019 Silver Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofit organizations. You can visit our profile here.


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