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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 25, 1980

Jews in Conducting and Performing
Roles Enhance European Music Scene

By MARGUERITE
KOZENN CHAJES

VIENNA — Vienna's
music festival 1980, that
lasted for more than five
weeks ended some days

ago. There were very in-
teresting and successful
presentations, planned and
sponsored by the city of
Vienna under the leader-
ship of Prof. Helmut Zilk.

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At the opening event,
which the President of Au-
stria and leading per-
sonalities attended, Manes
Sperber, the famous Jewish
author, formerly of Vienna
and since World War II, a
resident of Paris,. delivered
the introductorylecture.
Among the festival's par-
ticipating artists were
Rafael Kubelik and Zubin
Mehta, both conductors and
devoted friends of the Is-
raeli Philharmonic Or-
chestra.
Rosalyn Tureck, the
leading Bach interpreter
in the United States,
made her debut in Vie-
nna and received ova-
tions. Bruno Leonardo
Gelber scored as soloist
with the Zurich Or-
chestra. Only a few years
ago a Russian woman
musician emigrated to
Vienna; today Elisabeth
Leonskaja is the declared
favorite pianist in Au-
stria and featured at all
the festivals.
The violinist Gidon Kre-
mer, who will appear next
season with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, came
from Riga and was the mas-
ter student of the late
David Oistrach. Kremer
and his wife Elena, a youth-
ful, charming but most effi-
cient pianist, played to-
gether in a concert, that
ended with a long lasting
applause.
Zwi Zeitlin, another vio-
linist, formerly from Israel
and presently professor at
the Eastman College of
Music, successfully played
the rarely heard violin con-
certo by Arnold Schoenberg.
There also was a world
Ptemiere of an opera, called
"Jesus' Wedding." Many
weeks before its perform-
ance the title and subject
matter of the opera was•ro-
tested. However, after the

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Jewish Educators
Meet in NY

Truth shines the brighter
clad in verse.

NEW YORK —Some 125
Jewish educators from
throughout the United
States and Canada will take
part in Convention III of the
Educators Council of
America (ECA), Aug. 14-17
at the Pine View Hotel,
Fallsburg, N.Y.
The ECA, is serviced by
the division of communal
services of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Sem-
inary, an affiliate of
Yeshiva University.

first presentation, the
heated emotions subsided,
since one could not detect a
trace of blasphemy or an
otherwise offensive content.
This opera's conductor
was a young Israeli,
David Shallon. He re-
ceived most favorable
write-ups from the Aust-
rian as well as the inter-
national press.
Daniel • Barenboim is
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A new production of "The
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place. James Levine, the
music director of New
York's Metropolitan Opera,
will be the conductor.
Throughout the music
world the 100th anniver-
sary of the death of Jaques
Offenbach will be marked in
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Rep. Robert Drinan (D-
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Soviet Union to release im-
prisoned dissident Anatoly
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of good will and an effort to
cool growing East-West
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daily vigil outside the
Soviet Embassy July 14
which marked the second
anniversary of the sentenc-
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