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February 02, 1979 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-02

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24 Friday, February 2, 1919

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• 4 Singers +Horns 4 Guitar
• Recent U.S. Tour
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699-3593

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dayton Chorale Will Entertain at Beth Achim Event

The Beth 'Abraham
Youth Chorale of Dayton,
Ohio, will be featured in a
concert 8 p.m., Feb. 18 at
Cong. Beth Achim, it was
announced by Allan Rosen-
berg, president. This is the
chorale's first appearance in
the Metro • olitan Detroit

SMALL BEQUESTS
BUILD A
STRONG ISRAEL

If the tradition of including the Jewish
National Fund in the Will of every Jew were
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
young Jewish' State on a sound basis of land
development, social welfare, and justice.

A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
should be as traditional as having a Blue Box
in one's home.

You may - want your bequest to be
dedicated to afforestation, to a village, a
Nachlah, to a children's play area, to perpetual
yahrzeit or kaddish, or to some form of
permanent tribute in the names of persons
dear to you.

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 27308 Southfield Rd.,
557-6644
They will gladly co-operate with you in
working out plans to meet your special
requirements, in strict privacy.

area.
The chorale, comprised of
48 singers, is difected by
Cantor Jerome B. KOpmar,
who organized it in 1971.
Cantor Moshe Taube of
Cong. Beth Shalom,
Pittsburgh, Pa?, will be the
guest soloist.
The Beth Abraham
Youth Chorale singers
have performed
throughout the Eastern
and Midwestern parts of
the United States and
were the first American
synagogue choir to ap-
pear in Israeli concerts. It
also gave a series of con-
certs in England.
The chorale represented
the United States at the In-
ternational Festival of
Choirs (Ziirirya) in Israel. It
won four consecutive Sol-
omon Schechter Awards in
Music for its synagogue.
The chorale also was
awarded a Schechter Award
for Education.
The chorale has commis-
sioned and premiered nine

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Beth Achim to Pay Tribute
to Past Preside nt Silverman

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7 Mile & Middlebeit
11 Mile & Greenfield
16 Mile & Groesbeck
14 Mile & Orchard. Lake
Square Lake & Woodward
Rochester & Hamlin Rds.

Cantor Taube came to the
United States in 1957 and
became hazzan in Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, New York
City. He is a graduate of the
Juilliard School of Music
and was on the faculty of the
Cantors Institute of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary. He has appeared in
concerts on four continents.
The concert will conclude
the musical weekend at
Cong. Beth Achim, which
will start Feb. 16 with
Kabalat Shabat services at
6 p.m. and traditional Fri-
day night dinner honoring
immediate past president,
Allan Silverman. On Feb.
17, there will be Sabbath
services with the High
Holiday Choir and followed
by a kidush.
For tickets, call the
synagogue office, 352-8670.
Chairman for the musical
weekend is George J.
Rossman, co-chairmen are
Lottc, Partovich and
Stewart Silverman.

"Ethical Dilemmas
in Jewish Life"



-4

(A FOUR PART MINI-SERIES OF TOWN HALL)

Allan Silverman, im-
mediate past president of
Cong. Beth Achim will be
honored at a musical
weekend, Feb. 16-18 at the
synagogue.
A traditional Sabbath
dinner will be served at 6:45
p.m. Feb. 16, after Friday
evening services at 6 p.m.,
Silverman has been ac-
five in the synagogue f6r

TUESDAY 1VIGHTis
BAGEL NIGHT
BAGELS
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BIALY S

$1 .25

CANTOR MOSHE TAUBE
major works of Jewish
music. Its commissioned
works have covered the
gamut of Jewish music,
from liturgical and biblical
works to music in the Yid-
dish and Hasidic idioms.
The chorale has six com-
mercial recordings to its
credit.
Cantor Kopmar has
served Beth Abraham in
Dayton, Ohio, since 1969.
He was trained at the Hartt
College of Music, Hartford,
Conn., where he was born;
the Cleveland Institute of

Music •and the Cantors In-
stitute, College of Jewish
Music of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America. He has commis-
sioned, premiered and re-
corded 13 major works of
Jewish music and has ap-
peared as soloist and con-
ductor throughout the Un-
ited States, Israel and Eng-
land.
Cantor Taube, the soloist,
was born in Cracow, Poland,
and began to absorb the
traditional cantorial
melodies with two famed
cantors, Shmuel Kaufman
and Yossele Mandelbaum.
He came to Palestine and
joined the Hagana and
fought in the defense of
Jerusalem during the War
of Independence and later in
the Sinai Campaign. He
studied at the Institutes of
Music in Haifa and
Jerusalem, served as cantor
in Tel Aviv and appeared on
the Israel Broadcasting
Service.

4 Tuesdays in February at 8 P.M.

—Presented By The B'NAI MOSHE CULTURAL COMMISSION—

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 6

STEVEN COHEN,

Attorney

A Noted Lawyer will speak on:

ALLAN SILVERMAN
nearly two decades. He
was president two terms
from June 1976 to June
1978, and previously
served two terms as first
vice president. He also
was chairman of the
house committee having
to do with the physical
aspects of the synagogue
and was an ex-officio
member of all other
synagogue committees.
He was active in the
building of the new
Cong. Beth Achim
edifice.
Tribute will be paid by
Rabbi Milton Arm and by
Allan Rosenberg, current
president. '
The Shabat service on
Feb. 17 will be conducted by
Rabbi Milton Arm and Can:-
tor Simon Bermanis as-
sisted by the High Holy Day
Choir. Kidush will folloW.
The Beth Abraham
Youth Chorale of Dayton,
Ohio, of 48 voices will pre-
sent a concert at 8 p.m. Feb.
18 under the direction of
Cantor Jerome B. Kopmar,
with Cantor Moshe Taube of
Pittsburgh as guest soloist.
For tickets to the concert
and dinner reservations,
call Cong. Beth Achim,
352-8670.

Scout Sabbath

Jewish Boy Scouts will
mark Scout Sabbath Satur-
day, which falls during the
Scouts' 69th anniversary
week celebration.

"The Death of the
Jewish Court System"

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 13

Dr. JASON BODZIN,

Surgeon

Dir. of Surgical Education will
address the audience on:

"Medical Ethics in Judaism"

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 20

EDWARD and RUTH
SCHNEE, Parents

The Personal Experiences of
a Family will be shared:

"A Jewish Family and
the Moonie Cult"

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 27

Dr. KENNETH CHELST,

Professor—Rabbi

A Professor in Operations
Research will deliver a talk on:

"The Use of Lethal Force"

Congregation B'nai Moshe

14930 W. Ten Mile Rd.—Oak Park

Open to the Community

NO CHARGE

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