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February 25, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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32 Friday, February 25, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Leave Everything to Us

Making Togetherness: The Zukermans

An old saw about those
working together_ce-
menting unity gained
fascination at an inspired
concert at the Detroit In-

stitute of Arts Tuesday
evening., Eugenia and
Pinchas Zukerman pro-
vided the spirit emanat-
ing from a couple's
musicmaking that gave
status to the duo as well
as to their performances
as individuals.
A capacity audience
acclaimed the Zukermans
and their harmonious
performance that added
glory to the national fame
they attained together
and individually.
Marc Neikrub waS- the
piano accompanist who
added skill to an impress-
ive program. -
There was great delight
for an appreciative audi-
ence in their performance,
together, with piano ac-
companiment, of Dop-
pler's Andante and Rondo
for flute, violin and piano.
Together they also

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PINCHAS ZUCKERMAN

appeared in Duo in G
Major by C.P.E. Bach and
Suite in G Major by Tele-
mann. Mrs. Zukerman
had her role in Sonata by
Poulenc and Two Pieces
for flute• and piano by
Faure. Zukerman's solos
included Sonata in A
Major by Faure, Suite in
G Major by Telemann and
Sonata in G minor -by De-
bussy.
The Zukermans' family
and professional partner-
ship -is like a musical ro-
mance. There was inspi-
ration for both for each
other, and the differing
instruments over which
they mastered became
added means of establish-
ing a cooperative and
non-obstructive partner-
ship.
Eugenia is the Ameri-
can girl who loved music
and her instrument. In
Pinchas_ she found the
ideal collaborator in her
interpretive art. Pinchas
is the Israeli who, when
only 13, earned the atten-
tion of Isaac Stern, who
recognized ability and
encouraged the boy's con-
tinuing studies.
- Pinchas had two prod-
ders. He was inspired to
continue his expertness on
the violin by Pablo Casals

as well as Stern. The re-
sult, now that he is 28, is
the fulfillment of predic-
tions by two of the world's
greatest musicians that
another Israeli would
make his mark and emerge
as one of the great vio-
linists of this generation.
The Zukermans' con-•
cert was part of the series
sponsored by the Found-
ers Society of the Detroit
Institute of Arts. The
next artist in the series
will be Van Cliburn, April
19.
The Zukermans were
brought to Detroit by im-
presario Edith J.
Freeman, who is honor-
ary curator of music for
the art institute.

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and March 4, 5, 10, 11, 12,
17, 18 arid 19 in the Oak
Park High School Little
Theater.
For_ reservations, call
the Oak Park Community
Theater office, 541-0900.

OP Symphony _
Performance Set

Oak Park Symphony
Orchestra, under the di-
rection of Morris
Hochberg, will perform 3
p.m. Sunday at Oak Park
High School.
Vocalists Jan Albright
and Edward Kingins also
will perform. Tickets are
available at "Hudson's,
the Oak Park Library and
at the _door.

Conceil Planned

- The American Artists
Series will present a
chamber music concert 7
p.m. Sunday at the Cran-
brook Museum of Art.
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