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March 28, 1980 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, March 28, 1980

RALPH
YAMRON'S
Orchestra

Music For All Occasion°

Music Study Club's Annual Event
Clubs)
Slated April 27 at Orchestra Hall (Women's
TEMPLE ISRAEL ing noon April 14 in the

hold its 43rd annual artist
concert 3 p.m. April 27 at
Orchestra Hall.
Guest artists are Robert
III I I I I I I I II I
McDonald, pianist; and
Michael Parloff, flutist.
ABE CHEROW SAYS:
Parloff will be accompanied
by pianist Leslie Sixfin.
McDonald was the reci-
A happy and
pient of the National Feder-
healthy
ation of Mimic Clubs' 1979
Young Artists Award. In
Passover
1978 he was the first prize
winner of both the Wash-
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Cherow
ington International
and family
Competition for Pianists
ROBERT McDONALD
and the Congress of New
York Piano Teachers Young Marlboro, Vt.
ARTISTIC
Parloff received his early
Artists Auditions.
UPHOLSTERERS INC.
He was graduated training from William
5755 SCHAEFER RD. .
magna cum laude from Montgomery in Washing-
(1 block North of Ford Rd.)
Lawrence University in ton, D.C. In 1974, he was
Presideni
ABE
CHEROW,
Deorborn
LU 4-5900
Iowa in 1973. Sub- graduated from the Juil-
Open Doily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CALL LU 4-5900
sequently, he continued liard School of Music, where
Itotolilloolloolooloomoom
his piano studies at the he studied with Arthur
Curtis Institute of Music Lora. Later he worked ex-
with Rudolf Serkin, tensively with Thomas
Seymour Lipkin and Nyfenger. In addition, he
Mieczyslaw Horszowski. attended master classes in
He holds a master's de- Nice and under the direc-
gree from the Juilliard tion of Jean-Pierre Rampal.
School, where he was a Formerly principal flutist
scholarship student of with the Chautauqua Sym-
phony under Sergiu Corn-
Beveridge Webster.
McDonald has performed missiona, Parloff now holds
extensively throughout the the same position with the
United States as a chamber Metropolitan Opera Or-
musician and collaborator chestra in New York City.
and for the past several
Parloff has recorded for
summers has been a par- television and film. His ex-
ticipating artist at the tensive solo flute perform-
Marlboro Music Festival, ances may be heard in
Robert Altman's- movie,
"Three Women."
Assisting artist Leslie
Sixfin was graduated
from the Mannes College
of Music in 1971 and re-
ceived a master of music
degree with a teaching
fellowship in piano from
Juilliard in 1974. After
being awarded the De-
bussy Prize of the Al-
liance Francaise of New
York, Miss Sixfin went on
to do post-graduate work
at the Ecole Normal de
MICHAEL PARLOFF
Musique in Paris.
Proceeds from the concert
are used to provide schol-
arships for talented young
musicians, scholarships and
musical instruments for Is-
rael, and professional con-
cert appearances for gifted
young artists.
LAWRENCE M. ALLAN

9 6870021

The Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit will

41 Po'

'71r

Yiddish Readings
at Borman Hall

Morris and Sarah Fried-
man have been sponsoring
Wednesday afternoon Yid-
dish readings at Borman
Hall - Jewish Home for the
Aged.
The readings for the resi-
dents of Borman Hall have
been occurring each Wed-
nesday for 18 months. Mor-
ris Nobel reads and corn-
ments on Yiddish selections
from I.L. Peretz, Shalom
Asch, Sholom Aleichem,
Avraham Reizen and Peretz
Hirschbein.

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To volunteer or for infor-
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