18—Friday, November 17, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Two Aspiring Artists to Perform Here
for Music Study Club 's Anpual Concert
The talents of two young musi- competitions since age 10. Her co-
cians will highlight the program performer, Louis Nagel, began his
of the Annual Artist Concert piano studies at age 5 and this
scheduled by the Music Study Club year was declared the Young Art-
; ist Audition winner at the biennial
convention of the National Feder-
! ation of Music Clubs.
Miss Hassman, a native of Wash-
ington, D.C., performed with the
American University Symphony
when she was 10 and three years
later entered the Curtis Institute
of Music in Philadelphia.
During this period, Miss Hass-
man won the Young Musicians
Audition and was subsequently
invited to give a number of re-
citals in the area. In 1965, she
for 8:30 p.m. Nov. 26 at the Scot-
attended the Casals Festival on
tish Rite Cathedral.
scholarship granted by the
Cellist Zoe Hassman, 18, is a
department of state of Puerto
descendant of five generations of
musicians and has been winning
Although she was below the re-
quired age of 18, Miss Hassman
permitted to enter the Con-
cert Artists Guild Competition in
1966. She won first prize of $1,000,
a Town Hall debut and the oppor-
AND THE TOWNSMEN
tunity to appear with major sym-
phonies throughout the United
States and Canada. In March, she
with the Detroit Sym-
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an infant. Five years later, after
winning a composition award, he
appeared as composer and pianist
with the Louisville Symphony Or-
chestra. Winner of four other
competitions, he played with the
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orchestra each time.
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In 1960, Nagel began his studies
at the Juilliard School of Music
and upon graduation received the
Frank Damrosch Prize for all-
around excellence. Last year, he
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obtained his masters degree, the
Carl M. Roeder Prize and a teach-
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ing fellowship at Juilliard.
Nagel, who made his Town Hall
debut in 1966, comes to Detroit
for the first time to play for the
Music Study Club.
Tickets for the concert are
available at Grinnell's and the
Masonic Temple box office. Pro-
ceeds go toward the many philan-
thropies of the club, including
scholarships to young artists.
The new idiomatic English
translation of "JOHN GABRIEL
BORKNIAN," Henrik Ibsen's sec-
ond-last play, being premiered by
the John Fernald Company of the
Meadow Brook Theater, will be
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ASHER-GREVE: A. Larry Asher,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Sonnen-
strahl of Stratford Rd., Oak Park,
and the late Mr. Henry Asher, and
Julia Greve, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Greve of Switzerland and Is-
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MILAN (JTA)—The ORT school
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Italian minister of . education. The
award is the first of its kind given
by Italy to a private organization
engaged in vocational training.
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MRS. DAVID M. LEVITT of
Great N e c k, L.I., was elected
president of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods at its
26th biennial assembly in Montreal.
MRS. GEOFFREY EATON
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leader Samuel Gompers, presented
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