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April 11, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-04-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Friday, April 11, 1975 23

Symphony Plans Benefit Concert

The Detroit Symphony
Orchestra and its music di-
rector Aldo Ce&ato will be
featured at a special benefit
"evening with Karl Haas"
7:30 p.m. Sunday at Ford
Auditorium. The Orchestra
will be conducted by WJR
director of fine arts Karl
Haas, as he discusses "How
to Listen to Music."
Music to be performed
includes the overture to
Mozart's "The Marriage of
Figaro," the March to the
Gallows from Berloiz'
"Fantastic Symphony," the
overture to Bernstein's
"Candid-e," and works of
Verdi, Wagner and Bee-
thoven.
..The program is presented
as a benefit performance by
the Junior Women's Asso-
ciation for the Detroit Sym-
phony. Tickets are available
at the Ford Auditorium box
office.

During the summer,
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra concerts will be pre-
- rented 8:30 p.m. on Thurs-
days and Saturdays
starting June 26 in the
Baldwin Pavilion of Oak-
land University. Maestro

Russian Helps
WSU Win Title

Wayne State University's
fencing team, led by a
26-year-old Russian Jewish
immigrant, won the Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic
Association fencing- cham-
pionship last weekend in
Fullerton, Calif.
Freshman Yuri Rabinov-
ich of Odessa, Russia, took
the saber championship
with a record of 23-3.
The WSU team had an in-
ternational flavor as Aus-
tralian Greg Benko won the
foil championship for the
second straight year. Rabi-
novich switched to Saber
after WSU's defending
champion Steve Danosi, of
Hungary, was injured sev-
eral weeks ago and could not
compete.
Substitute ,Mark Masters
of Southfield competed in
epee and also won All-
American honors by placing
second.

Pro Musica Group
to Hear Pianist

Gary Graffman, the
"master of Romanticism,"
will play for the Pro Musica
Society at its final concert
of the season, 8:30 p.m.
April 25 in the lecture hall
of the Detroit Institute of
Arts.
Graffman will include in
his concert "Pictures at an
Exhibition" by Mussorgsky.
A reception honoring the
artist will follow the con-
cert. For information, con-
tact Mrs. Daniel Knoth,
372-4626, or Mrs. John
Chase, 885-5787.

Ceccato will be on the po-
dium for the first three
weeks of the newly-ex-
panded 10 week season of
the Meadow Brook MuSic
Festival.

Two new series will be
featured at Meadow Brook
this summer. A children's
concert series is planned for
three Saturday mornings.
The series will open with a
children's pops program
conducted by Richard Hay-
man. Box lunch matinees,
three mid-day programs
complete with box lunches,
will also be presented.

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Singer to 'Star
at Israel Expo

ST. LOUIS — Yacov Dan,
who recently completed a
highly-successful singing
tour of the United States,
will be among the.eniertain-
ers at The Cave, the night-
club setting at Israel Expo
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Two other stars on the
nightly shows will be the
folk-dance team of Yossi
Sassoft and Kathy Bellos.
Israel Expo '75 will be
held at the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers Association
here.

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