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April 13, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-13

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32 Friday, ApriI.13, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Weizman Ex-Black Sheep

Annual Music Study Concert Features Pianist, Violinist

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will pre-
sent its annual artists con-
cert 3 p.m. April 22 at Or-
chestra Hall.
Guest artists will be Neal
Stulberg and Mitchell
Stern.
Stulberg, pianist and

conductor, is the son of De-
troiters Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Stulberg. He is in
postgraduate professional
studies at the Juilliard
School of Music.
Stulberg has appeared
as soloist with numerous
orchestras in this coun-

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try and abroad, has
served as opera coach,
conductor, musical di-
rector and has been cho-
sen a conducting Fellow
for the Aspen Festival.
He presently is assistant
conductor of the Nor-
walk Symphony Or-
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A most versatile artist,
Stulberg also is a vio-
linist. He holds a master's
degree in music from the
University of Michigan and
a bachelor's degree in social
studies from Harvard Uni-
versity. Upon graduation
from Harvard, he received
the Henry Russell Shaw
Fellowship, a grant
awarded for post-graduate
study in Europe.
Stern, 24-year-old vio-
linist, began musical
studies at the Cleveland In-
stitute of Music at age 7.
Eight years later he per-
formed with the Cleveland
Orchestra. Beginning
studies in 1970 at the
Philadelphia Musical
Academy, he subsequently
won first prize in two inter-
national competitions.
Since graduation from
the Curtis Institute as a
pupil of Ivan Galamian, he
has been continuing his
studies at the Juilliard
School of Music.
For the 1979-1980 sea-
son, Stern was chosen to
be one of the three vio-
linists sponsored by the
Leventritt Foundation.
Proceeds from the concert
will provide scholarships for
music students, musical in-
struments for Israel and
professional concert ap-
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committee are: Mrs. Victor
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chairman; Mrs. Ben Meck-
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Mass Passover Observance
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There is mass observance
of Passover in Russia, the
Soviet embassy in Wash-
ington asserted this week.
A USSR embassy release
stated that on April 11,
thousands of people profes-
sing Judaism gathered in
the almost 200 synagogues
and minyanim functioning
throughout the Soviet
Union. As is customary on
holidays, the festive
Passover service drew about
1,5.00 believers to the Mos-
cow synagogue, mostly
older people, though there
were young people among
them too.
On Passover eve brightly
illustrated table calendars
containing the basic Judaic
canons and a number of ar-
ticles on theology were pub-
lished. The calendar con-
tains parallel texts in Rus-
sian and Hebrew. A biling-
ual prayerbook soon will be
published.
For the holiday, the
bakery of the Moscow
Jewish community pre-
pared more than 150 tons
of matza. The sick and el-
derly ordered matza from
the synagogue by phone
to have it sent to their
homes.
Kosher butchers Mordkh
Lifshits and Shmuil
Mechoier were particularly
busy before the holiday.

sheep of the Israeli Cabinet
for proposing that West
Bank autonomy be consid-
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man is now hailed because
all of his peace proposals
were ultimately adopted by
the Begin government.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israeli political observers
say Ezer Weizman is now
considered the hero of the
Israeli-Egyptian peace
process.

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processing factory to per-
form the rituals connected
with preparing kosher meat
and poultry.
A special kosher dining
room operated at the
synagogue, where the
yeshiva students, staff
members of the synagogue
and some older members
who find it hard to prepare
their meals at home had
their lunches and dinners.
The menu included tradi-
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The Erev Passover serv-
ice at the Moscow choral
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