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May 03, 1974 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Star Performers, Orchestra
at Concert for USSR Jewry

Fine Italian-American Cuisine

The all-star concert event,
showcasing the 25-year-old
violin virtuoso Alexander
Treger, recent Soviet emigre,
and protege of David Ois-
trakh, is slated for 8:30 p.m.
May 21, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
"This musical event, pri-
marily sponsored by the De-
troit Committee for Soviet
Jewry, has won the support
of the major congregations
and other Jewish organiza-
tions as co-sponsors on a
completely dedicated partici-
pating basis," according to
the arrangements committee.
The entire proceeds are
earmarked to aid oppressed
Jews in the Soviet countries,
under the direction of the
Detroit Committee for So-
viet Jewry.
The highlight of the pro-
gram will be the perform-
ance of two violin concerti—
the Mozart Concerto in D and
the Brahms Concerto in D,
by Treger, with an orchestra
conducted by Julius Chajes.
Cantor Jacob Barkin will
be heard in a group of Ju-
deo-Hebraic songs of Rus-
sian and Israeli composers,
with special orchestral set-
tings for this evening.

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Sunday
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Chajes will lead the or-
chestra in his own "Hebrew
Suite for Orchestra" in three
movements: "Prayer,"
"Walls of Zion" and "Nora,"
as the orchestral feature
work.
Tickets are obtainable
through the offices of major
congregations in the greater
Detroit area.

Peters and

Pierce
in Joint Recital
at Masonic Temple

355-2440j

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Metropolitan Opera soprano
Roberta Peters, who was the
first American-born artist to
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Dinner served from 6 p.m.
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be awarded the coveted Bol-
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PRIME RIBS • SEAFOOD
shoi Medal from Moscow's
Our Specialities of the house!
Bolshoi Theater, appears in t
joint recital with the re-
DANCING Mon., Wed., Fri., & Sat. Night
9:00 p.m. til 1:30 a.m.
nowned tenor, Jan Peerce, at
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Masonic Auditorium, 8:30
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p.m. May 18.
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ryone!
music to please most everyone!
MAY 12
Mothers
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COME JOIN US! . . .
The program features Miss •
Peters and Peerce singing 11
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solo recitals will be taken 1 1(
from works by Handel, Doni-
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
zetti, Stradella, Cilea, Verdi
• POOL PARTIES
BAR MITZVAS
• OFFICE MEETINGS
BAS MITZVAS
and Mascagni.
• HOME OR HALL SIMCHAS
SHOWERS
Miss Peters grew up in
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New York's Bronx where she
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began studies at the age of
ALSO CARRY-OUT AND
13 with noted voice teacher
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William Hermann.
LUNCHES AND DINNERS
Her audition with the
Metropolitan Opera resulted
From 11 a.m:
in a scheduled debut as
Queen of the Night in
Mozart's "The Magic Flute,"
but prior to the planned
Suburban 0.
debut, she was called on a s
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few hours notice to sing Zer-
Lincoln Center
lina in "Don Giovanni." She
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subsequently starred in 37 )1::
different roles at the Metro-
politan.

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Auction to Benefit
Dystrophy Victims

An art auction to benefit
Muscular Dystrophy, featur-
ing more than 200 oil paint-
ings, etchings, water colors,
sculptures and prints, will be
held 8:30 p.m. May 10 at the
Southfield Athletic Club. A
champagne and canape pre-
view will be held at 7:30.
Co-sponsors of the benefit
are the Southfield Athletic
Club and the Love and Liv-
ing Concepts Group of Troy.
Proceeds from the auction
will be presented to MD
poster children on the De-
troit segment of the Jerry
Lewis Labor Day Telethon
for Muscular Dystrophy, to
be aired on WKBD-TV,
Channel 50, Sept. 1 and 2.
For tickets, call the South-
field Athletic Club, 355-0080.

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