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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-22

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Friday, January 22, 1982

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rackham Choir, Cantors Sing in Concert

The Rackham Symphony
Choir will perform in the
third concert in celebration
of the Bar Mitzva Year of
Cong. Beth Achim at 8 p.m.
Thursday at Beth Achim.
The 100-voice Rackham
Symphony Choir has be-
come the official choir of the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra and has performed
with the DSO under the ba-
tons of many conductors,
such as Paul Paray, Sixten
Ehrling, Aldo Ceccato,
Antal Dorati and Thomas

Shippers. The choir also
performed with the Warren,
Windsor and Dearborn
Symphony Orchestras.
Under a new sponsorship,
the Detroit Community
Music School, they also
have a new music director
and conductor, John A.
Smith, who has been an
administrator in the School
of Music at the University of
Michigan.

Shimansky and two can-
tors from St. Louis, Ed-
ward Fogel and Leon Lis-
sek. The cantors will per-
form several liturgical
and Hebrew selections
accompanied by the
choir. In addition, the
cantors also will render
solo selections including
operatic arias.

French-born Cantor Lis-
sek was graduated from the
Cantors Institute of the
Jewish Theological Semi-
nary. He was the leading
tenor of opera companies in
Buffalo and Philadelphia.

Appearing in the pro-
gram will be Beth
Achim's Cantor Max

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throughout the U.S. and in
Israel and has made several
recordings and television
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Cong. Bnai Amoona in St.
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Wednesdays, March 3-May 19, 7:00
P.M.-8:30 P.M.
at Beth Shalom
$25.00

Please contact synagogue office at
541-1910 to enroll for the classes.

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Sacred Music. He has con-
certized extensively in the
U.S., Canada and Israel. He
has made several record-
ings and has appeared on
television and radio.
The community is in-
vited. George Rossman is
the president of Beth
Achim, and Louis Weber
and Dr. Howard Dubin are
co-chairmen of the Bar
Mitzva Year Committee.
There is no admission
charge for the concert.
However, tickets must be
picked up in advance at the
synagogue office. For in-
formation, call the
synagogue, 352-8670.

Wine to Review
Thomas Book

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
review "The White Hotel"
by D.M. Thomas at 8:30
p.m. Monday in the Bir-
mingham Temple. There is
a charge, and the public is
invited.

The following names have been placed in nomi-
nation:

Louis Levine
Hillel L. Abrams
William I. Liberson
Leonard Antel
Myron L. Milgrom
Isadore Averbuch
Edward Miller
George Bass
Solomon G. Miller
Norman Blake
Herbert Mitnick
Charles S. Blondy
Jacob Nosanchuk
Samuel Brezner
Milton Oleinick
Harry E. Citrin
Jack Peitz
Meyer I. Cooper
Judge Joseph J. Pernick
Morris Dorn
Harry Portner
Jerome G. Friedman
Samuel S. Portner
Leo B. Furst
Seymour Rabinowitz
Ben Grant
Seymour S. Ribiat
Eric Greenbaum
Melville Richman
Ernest E. Greenfield
Allan Rosenberg
Samuel P. Havis
Nathan Samet
David Hermelin
I. William Sherr
Earl Jacobs
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Paul. Jacobs
David Silver •
Hyman Karp
Harry L. Silverman
Herbert W. Kaufman
Isadore Silverman
Samuel A. Kayne
A.M. Silverstein
Jerome W. Kelman
Phillip Stollman
Joseph M. Korman
Louis P. Topor
Harry Laker
William Valensky
Irving Laker
Ben Weisman
Philip Langwald
Lincoln Welton
Joseph Lee
Sanford L. Wolok

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