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May 07, 1982 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, May 7, 1982

Anti-Nazi Opera Is Performed by TAU Orchestra

TEL AVIV — The first Theresienstadt.
It was not the composer's
Hebrew production of the
opera "Emperor of Atlan- musical credentials that the
tis," written by Theresien- Nazis found lacking. Victor
stadt concentration camp Ullman, formerly a pupil of
inmates Victor Ullmann Schoenberg's and conductor
and Peter Keen, was re- of the State Opera Or-
cently performed by the Tel chestra in Prague, made a
Aviv University orchestra courageous statement in
in Tel Aviv. It gave expres- the opera he composed in
sion in Hebrew to an opera Theresienstadt, where he
which the Nazis did not was later killed.
"The Emperor of Atlan-
allow to be performed at

GALILEE B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN

tis" depicts a callous ruler
who undermines the
gravity of death, planning
to send Death out to elimi-
nate the human race.
Death, offended at being
taken lightly, goes on
strike, declaring he will
take no more lives. While
the ruler is in a state of
panic and dismay, enemy

An Israeli Holds
Magazine Record

JERUSALEM (JNI) — In
the past 35 years; Israeli
photographer David
Rubinger has shot more pic-
tures for Time magazine
than any other photo-
grapher.
His recent assignment to
take the breathtaking
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Time's Jerusalem cower
story allowed Rubinger to
devote more time to what he
calls "my ongoing love af-
fair of the eye" with the
Holy City.

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