Lucas Richman
“One of the most wonderfully individualistic performing groups, not just in LA but in the country”

– Lucas Richman, Composer

Dave Koz
“Thank you for adding such a beautiful and unique voice to the LA musical landscape...”

– Dave Koz, Saxophonist

LA Times
“An orchestra different from all other orchestras.”

– LA Times

Jewish Journal
“Dr. Noreen Green conducts with gusto and addresses her audience with charm.”

– Jewish Journal

About Us

Led by Maestra Noreen Green, the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony is dedicated to the performance of works of distinction that explore Jewish culture, heritage and experience. Since its founding in 1994, it has also served as an important resource for aspiring composers and musicians. As part of its mission, the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony is committed to building bridges of music and understanding within the diverse multi-ethnic communities of our great city.






Upcoming Events

Check out our upcoming performances! Click on the event to learn more and join our mailing list for up-to-date concert information.


Since 1994 the LAJS has set itself apart with a diverse offering of programs on and off the stage. Click below to learn more about Maestra Green’s recent guest appearances; our education outreach programming; and the Jewish Community Chorale, a program of the LAJS, which enjoyed its inaugural season in 2020.

Maestra Green Guest Appearances

Education Program

Jewish Community Chorale

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Look, Listen & Learn

Delve into our rich history! Click to view past performances and photo galleries; learn about our recording projects; and discover some of the fabulous organizations we’ve collaborated with over the years.




Featured News

Stay up-to-date with the LAJS! View our LAJS blog “Notable Notes,” read recent press and see what’s new on the LAJS social media pages.

Interview: Dr. Noreen Green, Conductor of the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony on their 30-year history of presenting concerts in L.A.

April 24, 2024

Interview conducted by Shari Barrett, Broadway World

A Moving 30th Anniversary Celebration for the Los Angeles Jewish Symphony

April 17, 2024

Article by John Lavitt, Hollywood Times

‘Symphony of the Holocaust’ Honoring a legacy through film and music

April 5, 2024

Article by Bridgette M. Redman, The Acorn