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October 16, 1981 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 16, 1981

SUSTAIN ZOA'S COURAGEOUS VOICE
IN DEFENSE OF ISRAEL

DON'T MISS THE

BALFOUR CELEBRATION

with

SERGEI EDELMAN

MARILYN MICAHAELS

19-year-old Russian - Jewish
Piano Virtuoso made his pub-
lic debut at age 10 with the
Liza Minnelli, Dinah Shore,
Lvov Symphony. Winner of
Dolly Parton, Barbara
Young Concert Artists Interna-
Bett
Streisand, Lily Tomlin,
tional Auditions, Recipient of
Midler etc. Star of "Funny
the first Baldwin Young Pianist
Girl" and TV's "Kopykats."
Prize. Played to rave reviews
at Kennedy Center and major
concert halls.
Also: The Mack Pitt Orchestra

Exciting Singer, Fabulous Im-
personator of such stars as:

,

Adat Shalom Synagogue Scene
of Tribute to Soviet Jewry

Members of the Detroit - co-chairmen of the tribute
Symphony Orchestra will r' event.
An additional highlight
be featured in an artistic e
tribute to the Jewish refus- planned for the evening will
niks and prisoners of con- be a lithographic exhibit of
science in the Soviet Union works by former refusniks
at 8 p.m. Nov. 12 at Adat coordinated by Yevgegy
Shalom Synagogue. Abeshaus, who was a
Entitled "To Russia With Leningrad refusnik before
Love," the program will immigrating to Israel.
offer musical selections. by
Patrons will have an
such composers as Pro-
opportunity to meet the
kofiev, Bloch, Mendelssohn
musicians and Abeshaus
and Ben Haim. The special
at an afterglow following
attraction of the evening
the concert.
will be Morris Moshe Cotel
conducting his powerful
commemorative work "Aug.
12, 1952: The Night of the
Murdered Poets." Cotel,
who is on the faculty of the
Peabody Institute of Johns
Hopkins University, com-
posed the work in 1976 and
first introduced it to New
York audiences in 1978.
The text includes ex-
cerpts of the writings of five
of the murdered men, and
contains musical scores for
five instrumental parts.
Paul Winter will .narrate
the work.
The benefit is being
BRENDA PANG 9 BORN
sponsored by the Soviet
Jewry Committee of the
Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan
Detroit as a city-wide
demonstration of solidar-
ity with Soviet Jews.

Sponsors

Mr & Mrs. Norman Allan
Mrs. Helen Atler
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Baruch
Dr & Mrs. Sanford A. Bennett
Mr & Mrs. Albert Burke
Julian M. Cohen
Hymie Cutler
Dr & Mrs. Joel Dreyer
Dr & Mrs. Alan Feldman
Walter L. Field
Rabbi Leon Fram
Dr & Mrs. Alex S. Friedlaender
Dr & Mrs. Sidney Friedlaender
Mr. & Mrs. Meyer L. Goldstein
Mrs. Sarah Gordon
Mrs. Jack R. Greenberg
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Mr. & Mrs. James Hack
Dr. & Mrs. Joel I. Hamburger
Mr. & Mrs. Herzl B. Shur
Dr I Walter Silver
Mr & Mrs. Isadore Silverman
Mr. & Mrs. Carmi Slomovitz
Drs Sion & Elaine Soleymani
Hon. Michael L. Stacey
Dr. Bernard Weston

Dr. & Mrs. Maxwell M. Hoffman
Mrs. Norma T. Hudosh
Mr. & Mrs. Morris M. Jacobs
Hon. & Mrs.lra G. Kaufman
Dr. & Mrs. Louis L. Kazdan
Mrs. Pauline B. Klein
Mrs. Richard B. Kramer
Mrs. Irving Laker
Dr. Sidney Z. Leib
Mr. & Mrs. Ezekiel Leikin
Mrs. Sol Lifsitz
Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Mandell
Dr. & Mrs. Harold A. Maxmen
Mr. & Mrs. Max Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Panush
Mr. & Mar. Julius Ring
Mr. & Mrs ) Gerald M. Rogers
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Rosenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Shapiro
Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Sherman
Mr. & Mrs. Allan H. Silverman
Mrs. Sidney Silverman
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Slomovitz
Mrs. Esther Sperber
Dr. Leon & Diana Warshay
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Wohl

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All of the Detroit Sym-
phony musicians, as well as
Winter and Cotel, have do-
nated their talents to per-
form in the tribute. Sym-
phony members who are
participating are: Shaul
Ben-Meir, flute; Maxim
Janowsky, bass; Muriel
Kilby, piano; Laurence
Liberson, clarinet; Fergus
McWilliam, French horn;
Glenn Mellow, viola; Robert
Pangborn, percussion;
Misha Rachlevsky, violin;
David Saltzman, cello;
Linda Snedden Smith, vio-
lin; and Sam Tundo, percus-
sion. Helen Kerwin of the
Music Study Club will as-
sist at piano.
Joel Gershenson and
Brenda Pangborn are the

Couple Marks
50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
Sovel of Southfield celeb-
rated their 50th wedding
anniversary Sunday at a
brunch at the Michigan Inn.
The brunch was given in
their honor by their sons,
Donald B. Sovel and Robert
L. Sovel. The senior Sovels
have six grandchildren.

'

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Sat., Oct. 17, 1981

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Mrs. I. Walter Silver
Publicity Chairperson

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ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA, DETROIT
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THE MEMBERS OF THE BALFOUR CELEBRATION
COMMITTEE WHOSE EFFORTS TO DATE ARE IN-
DICATIVE OF AN UNPRECEDENTED SOCIAL AND
FINANCIAL SUCCESS:

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information, contact the
Jewish Community Coun-
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