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April 22, 1977 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, April 22, 1977

Project ( Hope
Theater Benefit

Detroit Pro Mozart Society
to HoldAnnual Concert in May

Center Symphony to Feature
Violinist, Pianist in Concert

Area theater groups will
participate in benefit per-
formances of the Cole Por-
ter musical "Anything
Goes," to be performed 8
p.m. April 28-30 at Varner
Recital Hall at Oakland Uni-
versity as a fundraiser for
Project Hope.
For ticket information,
call Project Hope, 649-4775.

The annual concert of the
Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit will take
place 3 p.m. May 1 at the
Mme. Cadillac Hall of Mary-
grove College, Detroit.
On the occasion of the
150th anniversary of Beetho-
ven's death, which is being
commemorated throughout
the world, the program will
feature special works by
the German master.
Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes, founder of the so-
ciety and artistic director,
and Lawrence LaGore,
music director, have also
chosen compositions by Mo-
zart, Franz Schubert, Gus-
tav Mahler and Richard
Strauss for the program.
The participating artists
will be sopranos Roma-Rid-
dell and Earnestine Nim-
mons; mezzo-soprano Rose-
marie Murch; Edward King-

The Center Symphony Or-
chestra of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes,
will present the fifth and
final concert of the 37th sea-
son 8:30 p.m. May 3 in the
Center's Shiffman Hall.
Soloists for the concert
will be Mischa Lefkowitz,
violinist and Flavio Varani,
pianist.

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In March, the Chief Rab-
bi of the Israel Army, Rab-
bi Gad Navon, was appoint-
ed. Rabbi Navon was born
in Morocco and is the first
North African Jew to as-
sume such a position. In
Bat Yam, the election of Yo- _
sef Messica as chairman of
the city council, brought
protest. Messica was born
in Libya.

MOVIE
GUIDE

FLAVIO VARNI

There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Cultural
Arts Department, 661-1000,
est. 250 or 164

MARGUERITE CHAJES

ins, tenor; Emily M. Aus-
tin, violin; Fedora Horwitz
and Lawrence LaGore, pian-
ists.
The Pro Mozart Society
of Greater Detroit was
founded in 1960 and was the
first of its kind in the
United States. Among the
co-sponsors are the South-
field Arts Council, the
Music Study Club of Metro-
politan Detroit, the Tuesday
Musicale, the Austrian So-
ciety and the G.T.E.V. Edel-
weiss.
Proceeds from the con-
cert will be directed to the
International Foundation
Mozarteum in Salzburg for
the publication of Mozart's
opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" to
the text of Lorenzo De-
°Ponte.
In 1956 the Mozarteum
started to work on a new
and scholarly revised edi-
tion of the more than 600
compositions of Mozart. So
far 80 volumes have been
published. The 56th score is
Mozart's greatest opera,
"The Magic Flute." Its pref-
ace states that the only Mo-
zart organization in the
Western Hemisphere, the
Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit, made its
publication possible.
For tickets to the May
concert, write Francis M.
Dodge, vice-president and
treasurer of the Mozart So-
ciety, 561 E. Jefferson, De-
troit, Mich. 48226.

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Jonah, "When cometh
thou? What is thy country
and of what people art
thou?" And Jonah re-
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and I fear the Lord, the
God of heaven, who has
made the sea and the dry
land."

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A young Russian-born vio-
linist, Lefkowitz concertized
recently in Austria, Switzer-
land, France and Finland.
Lefkowitz will soon join the
first violin section of the
Los Angeles Philharmonic.
This will mark his fourth ap-
pearance as soloist with the
Center Symphony Orches-
tra.
Varani, a native of Bra-
zil, is presently artist-in-
residence at Oakland univer-
sity in Rochester.
Varani, a native of Brais
presently artist-in-residence
at Oakland University in
Rochester. Varani has been
heard throughout South
America, Europe and the
United States. For the past
two seasons he has ap-
peared as soloist with the
Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra at the Meadow Brook
Festival.
The program will include
Mozart's Violin Concerto
No. 5 in A Major, Mozart's
Piano Concerto No. 21 in C
Major and Gluck's Over-
ture to I"Iphigenie of
Aulis."

Auction to Benefit
Music Academy

Friends of Interlochen
will hold a benefit art auc-
tion to provide scholarships
to the music camp 3 p.m.
Sunday at the Roger Rinke
Cadillar showroom, War-
ren. Preview will be held at
2.
Harry Weinsaft, curator
of the Kingsley Gallery in
}Kingsley Inn, will be auctio-
neer. There is a nominal
charge. Tickets re avail-
able by calling Mrs. Samuel
S. Klein, 626-5929, and - at
the door.
Area residents aiding in
efforts for the Interlochen
benefit are Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence S. Bensman, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Canvas-
ser, Mr. and Mrs. Klein,
Dr. Stuart Bloom, Mr. and
Mrs. Burton L. Rosen and
Mr. and Mrs. Alan E.
Schwartz.

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Abraham conducts the
purified souls into
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