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November 04, 1983 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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32 Friday, November 4, 1E3

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`From Russia With Love' Concert at Temple Israel

Temple Israel will pre-
sent its Jonathan P. Miller
Memorial Concert, this year
entitled "From Russia With
Love," at 8 p.m. Nov. 13 at
the temple.
Guest artists include
Oxana Yablonskaya,
pianist, and Dmitry Yab-
lonsky, cellist. Cantor
Harold Orbach of the tem-
ple, also will appear in the
program.
Tickets are available, free
of charge, by calling the
temple office, 661-5700.

Ms. Yablonskaya emi-
grated to the U.S. in June
1977. Her first U.S. tour
took her to New York,
Philadelphia, Chicago,
Washington, Detroit, San
Francisco and Los
Angeles.

Ms. Yablonskaya makes
regular concert tours of the
United States and Europe
and in the 1983-1984 season
she will make her first tours
of both South America and
South Africa. She has also
been heard in Japan, the

Philippines, Taiwan, Ko-
rea, India and Hong Kong.
In September 1981, Ms.
Yablonskaya was awarded
the Grand Prix du Disque
from the International Liszt
Society.
Although a prize winner
of three international
competitions (the Marguer-
ite Long-Jacques Thibaud
Competition in Paris, the
Rio de Janeiro Competition
and the Vienna Beethoven
Competition), Ms. Yab-
lonskaya was never

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That same year he was
, accepted at the Juilliard
School of Music where he
studied with the princi-
pal cellist of the New
York Philharmonic,
Lorne Munroe. In the
summer of 1979, Yab-
lonsky was a participant
at the Marlboro Festival
of Music where he met
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the Curtis Institute of
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was his teacher.

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In 1980 he started to
study with Aldo Parisot and
in 1981 was accepted at the
Yale School of Music where
he is presently studying. In
1982, he was a top prize
winner at the Third Inter-
national Aldo Parisot cello
Competition in Brazil. In
November 1982, He per-
formed at the Kaufmann
Concert Hall at the 92nd
Street Y in New York City
as a winner of the 'Young
Musicians Competition
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In 1975, when she
applied for a visa to emi-
grate from the Soviet
Union to join her sister
Marina and Marina's
husband, noted violinist
Albert Markov, who had
already left for New
York, she immediately
lost her post as a full pro-
fessor at the Moscow
Conservatory, a post she
had held since 1965, and
she was deprived of all
concert engagements.
Two years later she re-
ceived an exit visa.

Born in Moscow in De-
cember 1941, Ms. Yab-
lonskaya began to play the
piano at age 5 and at age 6
she was accepted at the
Moscow Central School for
Gifted Children. There she
studied with Anaida Sum-
batyan (who also taught
Ashkenazy) until she was
16. From age 16 to 21, she
worked at the Moscow Con-
servatory with Aleksandre
Goldenweiser.
Ms. Yablonskaya makes
her home half the year in
Cologne, Germany with her
husband who is a violist
with the famous Gurzenich
Orchestra in that city, and
half in Connecticut where
her son Dmitry, a prize-
winning cellist, studies
with Aldo Parisot at the
Yale School of Music.
Yablonsky was born in
Moscow in 1962, and at the
age of 6 began to study cello
at Moscow Central Music
School. At 9 he made his
orchestral debut. In Russia,
he studied cello with Stefan
Kalianov until he emi-
grated to the United States
in 1977.

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than in the Eastern-bloc
countries. In the Soviet
Union she appeared
everywhere, and held the
prestigious title of "Soloist
of the Moscow Philhar-
monic" along with such
famous names as David Ois-
trakh, Richter, Gilels and
Rostropovich, among
others.

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named in honor of the late
Mrs. Samuel, who was an
active member of the Inter-
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sion of the AJCommittee.
The institute will serve as

a guide for programming in
Jewish-Christian relations
throughout Europe, Latin
America, Israel, Asia and
Africa. Dr. Marc H. Tanen-
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will head the institute.

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