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November 06, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -

44 Friday, limier 6, 1961

Jewish Community Center Apprentice Dancers Perform

The Apprentice Dance
Group, the teenage per-
forming dance company of
the Jewish Community
Center, will perform at

Borman Hall and Prentis dancers choreographed by
Manor facilities of the its members and by its di-
Jewish Home for Aged Nov. rector Harriet Berg. The
18. performances will include
The group will perform dances from the musical
theater and the finale will

Under Supervision of
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis

be "Rodeo" by Aaron Cope-
land.
For information about the
dance group's activities, call
Mrs. Berg at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 164.

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Apprentice Dancers rehearsing for their Borman
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from left: Julie Satz and Jessica Shapiro; and back
row, from left: Elizabeth Fealk, Rachel Satz, Amy
Kepes and Carole May.

London Jewish Chronicle Hits
Mehta Insistence on Wagner

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Philharmonic concerts by
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arouse protests. The London
Jewish Chronicle, in a two-
column boxed editorial
entitled "Wagner" joined in
the protest, stating:

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"Zubin Mehta was right
and wrong about Richard
Wagner: Young Israeli
musicians are being denied
access to the work of one of
the most important compos-
ers of all time, one who
influenced almost every
composer who has come
after him.
"Without a deep knowl-
edge and understanding of
his work no musical educa-
tion is complete. In deplor-
ing this fact, Mr. Mehta was
right.
"He was wrong, how-
ever, in surreptitiously
seeking to slip a Wagner
work into an Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra
concert, thereby using
Israel's supreme national
artistic instrument to
give de facto recognition
to Wagner's music.
"Opposition to its per-
formance will remain for so
long as there is one survivor
of the Holocaust to recall
that, not only was Wagner
regarded by Hitler as Mas-
ter of Nazi Music, but that
Wagner was also a vicious
anti-Semite who helped to
create the atmosphere of
which the Holocaust was
the terrible climax.
"It is true that Israelis
drive German-made cars
and listen to that same Is-
rael Philharmonic on
German-made radios. But
there is surely a distance.
between these products and
the appeal to the mind and
soul so especially to be
found in music.
"Mr. Mehta would have
made — can still make —
a contribution to young
Israel's appreciation of
Wagner as musician by
teaching students
master-classes in his
work.

"For those others who feel
they are deprived, Wagner
recordings are widely
available. But Wagner in
public performance can
wait a little while longer.
Israel, at this moment, does
not need a musical divide to
add to her others."

MSU Hillel Hosts Exhibit

The Bilai Brith Hillel
Jewish Student Center at
Michigan State University
will present an exhibit, "10
Portraits of Jews of the 20th
Century," for two weeks,
beginning Sunday, at the
Hillel center, 402 Linden,
East Lansing:
Created with silkscreens
by artist Andy Warhol, the
exhibit features the
likenesses of Sarah Ber-
nhardt, Louis. Brandeis,
Martin Buber, Albert Eins-
tein, Sigmund Freud,
George Gershwin, Franz
Kafka, the Marx Brothers,
Golda Meir and Gertrude
Stein.
The exhibit also includes
a replica of the Creativity
Wall from the Beth
Hatefutsot Museum of the

Diaspora in Tel Aviv.
A reception will beheld
3-6 p.m. Sunday. Hours of
the exhibit are 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Sunday through.
Friday. Admission is free.

For details, call the cen-
ter, (517) 332-1916.

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