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February 16, 1979 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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Friday, February 16, 1919 25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Center Symphony Orchestra to Perform in Concert
in Special Musical Program at Temple Beth El

Temple Beth El will pre-
sent the Center Symphony
Orchestra 3:30 p.m. Sunday
in the Helen L. DeRoy
Sanctuary of the temple.
The program will feature
Julius Chajes, conductor;
Young-Nam Kim, violinist;
Ara Zerounian, violist;
Shaul Ben-Meir, flutist;
and Marius Fossenkemper,
clarinetist. This is the first
in a series of four concerts
sponsored by the Stanley
Imerman Memorial Fund of
Temple Beth El.
Prof. Jason H. Tickton,
music director of the tem-
ple, is the music coordinator
for the series.
Chajes is the conductor
of the Jewish Community

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Center Symphony Or-
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tionally known composer
and pianist. He was the
honor prize winner at the
first international
competition for pianists
in Vienna, served as head
of the piano department
at the Music College in
Tel Aviv, and is a part
time member of the fa-
culty of Wayne State Uni-
versity. He has con-
ducted in Israel, Europe,
Canada and the United
States.
Young-Nam Kim, an
associate professor and ar-
tist in residence at Bowling
Green University, has par-
ticipated in several music

Deputy Mayor
of Jerusalem
Visits Detroit

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Mizrachi to Host
Jerusalem Rabbi

Rabbi Simon A. Dolgin of
Jerusalem will be the guest
of Mizrachi-Hapoel Ha-
mizrachi MarCh 9 and 10.

Rabbi Dolgin will address
an oneg Shabat March 9 at
Hillel House, 14400 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park. At 8:45
a.m. March 10 he will speak
at Young Israel of Green-
field. That evening at 8:45,
Rabbi Dolgin will address a
melava malka on the
yeshivot hesder in Israel.

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THE
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-UP
MAN

festivals, won numerous
prizes and appeared as sol-
oist in New York, Washing-
ton, Philadelphia, Houston,
Chicago and Detroit. His
European tours included re-
citals in France, Spain,
Germany, BelgiUm, Italy,
Holland and Switzerland.
Ben-Meir has been a
flutist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra since
1967 and is a member of the
Detroit Woodwind
Chamber Players. He began
his musical training in Is-
rael and has continued in
England, France (under
Jean Pierre Rampal) and
the Eastman School of
Music in Rochester, N.Y. He
was the principal flutist of

RABBI SHOULSON

A reception in honor of
Rabbi Shmuel Shoulson,
deputy mayor of Jerusalem,
will be held 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Shomrey
Emunah.
Rabbi Shoulson, who is a
sixth generation Sabra, is
active in the political and
religious life of the country.
He also heads the depart-
ment of social welfare for
family and community.
Rabbi Shoulson was one
of the founders of the Kiryat
Hayeled, Children's Day
Nurseries and Children's
Town.
During his brief stay
here, Rabbi Shoulson can be
reached through Abraham
Borenstein at 967-3502 or
967-3920.

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Rabbi Dolgin was for
more than 30 years
spiritual leader of the
largest Orthodox
synagogue on the West
Coast in Los Angeles. He
held leadership roles there
in the United Jewish Ap-
peal, Jewish Community
Council, Jewish Welfare
Board and the Bureau of
Jewish Education. In Israel
he is active in government
and religious affairs.

There is a charge for the
melava malka. The public is
invited to all of the events.

IMAIL
WARNING

.

There will be nb mail
delivery on Monday.
Local publicity to ap-
pear in the Feb. 23 issue
should be hand-
delivered to ensure that
it is received before the
deadline.

the Haifa Symphony Or-
chestra and a visiting pro-
fessor of music (flute) at
Ithaca College.
Fossenkemper was the
solo clarinetist of the De-
troit Symphony Or-
chestra for many years,
serving under four con-
ductors including Ossip
Gabrilowitch and Paul
Paray. He also played
clarinet under the baton
of guest conductors
Bruno Walter, Fritz Re-
iner and Eugene Or-
mandy.
Audrey Spiwak, pianist,
studied for many years with
Chajes. She has given many
recitals in the Detroit area.
The public is invited free
of charge.

LENNY
LIEBERMAN

Orchestra

559-0844

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Disco Dance Instruction
Floor Show

(audience participation)

ALL IN ONE

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Presents on

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ALL STAR CONCERT

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* * *

Choir Performs
at Temple Beth El

Temple Beth El will fea-
ture the Post Office Male
Choir 8 p.m. Feb. 27 for the
temple's Fourth Tuesday
Art Series. Edward Kingins
is the director and soloist
and LeRoy Sampson is the
pianist.
The program will consist
of classical and popular
chorale renditions, includ-
ing college glee club favo-
rites, American music and
anthems. Refreshments
will be served.
The program is open to
the public.

Cantor Jerome B. Kopmar, Director
Cantor Moshe Taube,
Guest soloist

PLUS

ORCHESTRAL SYMPHONIC ENSEMBLE

ADMISSION:
$5.00 --- $3.50 — $2.00

Tickets Still Available

Call Synagogue Office
Or Chairman, George-Rossman 968-6835
Co-Co-Chairman, Lofty Partovich 546-4452
Co-Chairman, Stewart Silverman 547-2329

Archiel Harwith
Memorial Concert

featuring

U-M Hillel Hosts
Kapustin Lecture

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus
will sponsor the annual
Brunhild Kapustin Memo-
rial Lecture 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the foundation
offices, 1429 Hill, Ann Ar-
bor.
Guest speaker will be
Lloyd Gartner, professor of
Jewish history at Tel Aviv
University. He will speak
on "Assimilation and
American Jewry."
The lecture is named for
the late wife of Rabbi Max
Kapustin, former director of
the Hillel Foundation on
the Wayne State University
campus.

The Pawnbroker'
at Beth Shalom

Cong. Beth Shalom's cul-
tural commission will show
the film, "The Pawn-
broker," 8 p.m. March 18 in
the synagogue. Admission
is free, and the public is in-
vited.

YOSEF YANKELEV

Violinist

Sunday, March 4th — 8 p.m.

Temple Emanu-El

14450 W. Ten Mile Road

Oak Park, Mich. 48237

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