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December 24, 1971 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

Friday, December 24, 1971-19

Perlman: Boy
`Railway Children'
Fiddler Becomes Fare for Family
"The Railway Children," now
Famous Violinist playing at the Bloomfield Thea-

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Itzhak Perlman, at 25, has won Jenny Agutter, Sally Thomsett and

the praise of the world's critics
and musicians as one of the most
brilliant violinists of our time.
Martin Mayer, writing in Esquire,
described him as "very probably
the outstanding virtuoso of the
new generation."
Born in Tel Aviv in 1945, Perl-
man began to play a toy fiddle as
soon as he was able to hold it.
His first real instrument was a
second-hand $6 violin. When Itzhak
was 41/2, he was stricken with
polio, but the illness and a year's
convalescence left his ambitions
unchanged.
His first studies were at the Tel
Aviv Academy of Music, and by
the time he was 10 he was an ex-
perienced performer. In 1958, Ed
Sullivan came to Israel in a talent
search and brought the youngster
back to appear on his television
show. He remained in the U.S.
to study at tbe Jufiliard School
with scholarships from the Insti-
tution and the American-Israel
Cultural Foundation. His teachers
were Ivan Galamian and Dorothy
DeLay. He soon came to the at-
tention of Isaac Stern and then of
S. Hurok, who became his man-
ager.
In 1964 he won the coveted
Leventritt Award which brought
him appearances with the New
York Philharmonic Symphony and,
in the seasons since, with nearly
every major orchestra in the Unit-
ed States and abroad. His exten-
sive recordings for RCA Victor
have brought him a devoted fol-
lowing around the globe. Perlman
is married to a fellow violinist
whom he met at the Juilliard
School. They reside in Manhattan
and have a son, Noah, born Dec.
16, 1968, and a daughter, Navah
Miriam, born May 6, 1970.

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