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October 30, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-30

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56 Friday, October 30, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Russian Concertmaster to Lead Emigre Orchestra's Israel Benefit,

The Soviet Emigre quickly involved in playing,
Chamber Orchestra which teaching and organizing
will make its premier De- new groups. Accepting a
troit performance 8 p.m. post as assistant con-
Sunday at Orchestra Hall is certmaster with the St.
led by conductor Lazar Louis Symphony, he also
Gosman, concertmaster was asked to teach at the St.
with the Leningrad Louis Conservatory and at
Washington University.
Philharmonic for 27 years.
In 1980. he accepted a
Gosman also directed the
Leningrad Chamber Or- position as artist-in-
chestra for 17 years. Benefit residence at the Univer-
tickets for the concert are sity of Missouri at St.
being sold to support the Louis. Maestro Gosman
work of the Music Founda- drew together a suppor-
tive music community in
tion programs in Israel.
In 1977, Gosman emi- the organization of the
Kammergild
Chamber
grated to the United States
with his family. He was Orchestra.

He founded the Soviet
Emigre Chamber Orchestra
in 1978 with the help of
American flutist David
Barg. They made their
debut in July 1979 at Car-
negie Hall to unanimous
rave reviews. In the sum-
mer of 1980, Gosman, Barg
and the orchestra founded a
music festival at Ticon-
deroga, N.Y.
Maestro Gosman began
his music studies on the vio-
lin at the age of 6 upon his
acceptance to a special
school at the Moscow Con-
servatory. His fellow stu-
dents included his friends

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Highlighting his career noni, Sinfonietta by Shos-
were the collaborations takovich and arranged by.
with Oistrakh, Shos- Gosman, Piano Concerto
takovich and Benjamin No. 14 by Mozart, and
Britten. Serenade for Strings in C by
Appearing as soloist on Tchaikovsky.
Sunday with the Soviet ` The Sinfonietta is dedi-
"
Emigre Chamber Orchestra cated to the World War II
will be Russian-born pianist victims of fascism. Its
Boris Bloch. Bloch, a winner second movement uses a
of the prestigious Busoni In- Jewish theme to sym-
ternational Piano Competi- bonze the persecution of
tion, was born in Odessa in the Jews by the Nazis.
1951. He also has won the Benefit tickets are avail-
All-Soviet Union Piano able for the performance by
Competition, a silver medal calling Diane Klein, 646-
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LAZAR GOSMAN
International Piano Master 368-1661.
Mstislav Rostropovich and Competition, and in 1976 he
Bella Davidovich. Graduat- won the Young Concert Ar-,
ing with high honors, Gos- tists International Audition
man immediately began his in New York.
Bloch specializes in re-
career with the Leningrad
vitalizing compositions
Philharmonic.
Beginning in 1962, he di- which have lain neglected.
rected the Leningrad He is cited by many conduc-
pbotograpbp
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