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December 17, 1971 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-17

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Perlman to Perform in Symphony Concerts, Jan. 6, 8

that Perlman scored a major tri-
Itzhak Perlman, the 23-year-old
umph and wound up being publi-
Israeli who has gained world faine
cized in a way that startled even
as one of this generation's most
him.
distinguished violinists, will ap-
In April, 1964, he entered the
pear here at two Detroit Symphony
demanding Leventritt Memorial
Orchestra concerts, Jan. 6 and 8.
Award
International Competition
This past season, Perlman, ac-
at Carnegie Hall. He triumphed
knowledged as the leader among
easily
in
a field of 19 able con-
the world's young violinists, made
testants.
an extensive concert tour of Eu-
It did not take long for the musi-
rope, and played more than 50
cal public to realize that a major
recitals in the United States, in-
new
star had risen in the ranks of
cluding two in New York.
violinists.
He also appeared as soloist with
The Leventritt Award meant
the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the
$1,000 in cash to Perlman. Even
Philadelphia Orchestra, the Con-
more important, it meant concert
cinnati Symphony, the Washington
appearances with the New York
National Symphony, the Pitts-
Philharmonic and other major
burgh Symphony and other of
American orchestras. His old spon-
America's major ensembles, re-
sor Ed Sullivan invited him back
ITZHAR PERLMAN
ceiving always the unanimous ac-
to his show. For the 1965.66 season
claim that has followed him since
S. Hurok sent him on a 30-city,
his winning of the Leventritt Me- diately for his exceptional talent, coast-to-coast swing around the
morial Award International Com- he was given scholarships by Juil- country, his first major concert
petition in 1964.
Lard and the America-Israel Cul- tour, and one that found critics
Perlman's first studies were at tural Foundation. Isaac Stern took and audiences everywhere echoing
the Tel Aviv Academy of Music. an interest in him, and helped those in_New-york;
As a talented student, he gave draw him to the attention...of-im- _ . in-January '1965, Perlman made
concerts In and around.Tel Aviv,- presario flurolc iiho became his first return to Israel for a series
of eight concerts. He had left a
and played-for The state -breast.' -his manager. -
On March 5, 1963, Perlman talented youngster; he returned
caiting--comiiiisy. By the age of
10, he was an experienced radio made his first Carnegie Hall ap- an assured, if still youthful vir-
pearance, playing the Wieniawski tuoso.
performer.
Concerto in F-sharp minor with
Again, during the season of
In 1959, Ed Sullivan came to the National Orchestral Associa- 1967-68
Perlman had an extremely
Israel to put together a package of tion conducted by John Barnett. heavy concert
schedule in the
native talent to take back to The event took place during the United States and
Canada, as well
America for his CBS television period of the 1962-63 newspaper as Europe which took
him to such
show. Perlman was recommended printers' strike, and there were no
as Ravinia Park, Tangle-
to him and came to New York as papers to report on the debut of places
wood,
the
Hollywood
Bowl,
Phila-
part of the troupe. After two tele- the 17-year-old violinist. A few delphia, Los Angeles, Portland,
vision appearances, •Perlmap de- other scattered concerts followed; Carnegie Hall, Denver, Dallas and
cided to remain ins the United but it was not until- the next year Pittsburgh.
States to continue his violin and
other studies at the Juilliard
School with - Ivan Galamian and Congressman Ford to Ask Nixon
Dorothy DeLay. Recognized imme-

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NEW YORK (JTA) — Congress-
man Gerald R. Ford (R., Mich.),
House minority leader, in an ad-
dress at a Madison Square Gar-
den Soviet Jewry rally Monday
said that when the President visits
Moscow next May, "I will strongly
recommend" that he make clear
to the Kremlin how Americans feel
about the oppression of Soviet
Jews."
Roy Innis„ national leader of the
Congress of Racial Equality
(CORE), a Black nationalist, civil
rights organization, stating that
Blacks and Jews had a "long his-
tory of oppression," declared "We
(CORE) will join you in proclaim-
ing .. . Let my people go in the
Soviet Union, if you join us in our
cry . . . Let my people go in
America."
In a message, Sen. James L.
Buckley (R. Cons., N.Y.) advised
that he was continuing to press for
Yiddish broadcasts on the Voice
of America and revealed that he
had been "advised" that the spe-
cial programing beamed to Soviet
Jews "may be increased to almost
25 minutes."
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.-
Wash.), in his remarks on Soviet
Jewry, said "Those of us who carry
in our minds the image of Buchen-
wald can only say: 'Let them be
free!' That image has burned in
my mind since I saw Buchenwald
two days after its liberation. Along
with the survivors of that catas-
trophe I want to be certain that
such horrors are never repeated.
"The greatest inspiration for
their struggle has come from the
little state of Israel. With her

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whelming odds, and her brave
refusal to bend before blackmail
and threats, Israel has given
strength to all people, whatever
their faith or nationality, who
are struggling for freedom and
survival.
"There are few examples of
courage to equal that of the Soviet
Jews and the people of Israel.
They are genuine heroes of our
time.
"Sylva Zalmanson is drastically
ill in a Soviet prison. Her only
crime was her desire to emigrate
to Israel. We must respond to her
pleas. We must not let her down."

In the fields of observation,
chance favors only the prepared
minds. —Louis Pasteur

10—Friday, December"17, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH . Nnyi:

Brainy Boy of 18 -Heirs Rabb - Of PhD in Math r-

Eighteen-year-old Michael orost
of East Lansing is nearing com-
pletion on his PhD in Math-
ematics at Yale.
The precocious youngster was
learning math and reading at age
four, and when he was 20,his
al-
parents enrolled him in a speCi
ly supervised program at Mich _ -
igan State University.

Of his grade school days
Michael- remarked, "I was cite.
staidly unclerchallenged."
received his bachelors
degree in 1968 and his masters
degree in 1970 at age 16. ..`:
For the first time in eight
years, he - is going to school with
students his own age.

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