film-festivalGood Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds: The Conductor Zubin Mehta

Discount ticket offer from the Jewish & Israeli Film Festival

February 19, 7pm

Kenwood Theatre

2016 ∙ Documentary ∙ 89 minutes ∙ English/German/Italian ∙ Bettina Ehrhardt

BUYING TICKETS: Individuals can purchase tickets for the festival from the film festival page on the website At checkout,   apply the discount code “HarvardClub” to receive $10 J member ticket pricing on the film.

The name Zubin Mehta has been synonymous with the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra for over four decades as Music Director for Life and the nation’s face of cultural excellence. This globe-trotting biography set in Israel, Bombay, Berlin, Florence, and Munich is a magnificent tribute to an artistic virtuoso’s life, work, and ultimate belief in the power of music to heal and inspire.

SPECIAL FEATURE: Discussion led by conductor Louis Langrée, Music Director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, with Gillian Benet Sella, Principal Harpist of the CSO and former Principal Harpist of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and a performance by musicians of the CSO.

In partnership with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

About the Film Festival, February 2-21: Celebrate 30 years of Cincinnati’s Jewish & Israeli Film Festival and 10 years of the Festival as a program of the Mayerson JCC! Award-winning films from around the world will light up screens across Cincinnati during this popular month-long festival. This year’s slate of films will explore significant topics as seen through the lens of the individual or a few. Personal. Impactful. Human. That which seems unlikely or insurmountable can be challenged. Join us to celebrate the humanity in these stories.