THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30 Friday, October 15, 1976
to Play with DSO Plays in Oak Park
Soviet violinist Leonid
Josef Gingold, noted
Kogan will appear with violinist and former con-
the Detroit Symphony certmaster of the Detroit
Orchestra at a pair of Symphony Orchestra,
concerts 8:30 p.m. Thurs- will perform with the Oak
day and Oct. 22 in Ford Park • Symphony Or-
Auditorium. chestra at its first concert
, DSO Music Director of the season, 8:30 p.m.
Aldo Ceccato will conduct Tuesday, under the direc-
the concerts, which con- tion of Valter Poole, in the
sists of two works by Oak Park High School
Brahms: the violin con- Auditorium.
Gingold will play
certo and the Symphony
No. 2 and Poeme for violin
For information, call and orchestra by Chaus-
the DSO, 961-7017. Tic- son. The program also in-
kets are available at Ford cludes works by Beeth-
oven and Bartok.
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DELICIOUS PASTRIES GALORE
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p.m. today: Admission is
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