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May 18, 1984 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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Friday, May 18, 1984






Cantors concert at B'nai Moshe

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Cantor Mikhail Man
evich, Soviet Jewish im-
migrant, and Cantor Louis
Klein, cantor at Cong. B'nai
Moshe for 25 years, will per-
form at 8 p.m. May 31 at
B'nai Moshe in the congre-
gation's annual cantors
Eight years ago, Man-
evich came to the U.S. from
Leningrad. He is an honors
graduate of the Leningrad
Conservatory of Music.
Once in the U.S., Cantor
Manevich pursued Jewish
studies, and four years ago
celebrated his bar mitzvah.
A year after his arrival in
the U.S., Cantor Manevich
was accepted at the School
of Sacred Music, Hebrew
Union College — Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in New
York, where he took over di-
rection of the choir. He now
serves Temple Emanu-El in
Livingston, N.J.
His varied repertoire in-
cludes liturgical music, He-
brew and Yiddish songs,
and Russian songs both
Jewish and secular.
Cantor Klein, mean-
while, attended various

Cantor Manevich

Cantor Louis Klein

yeshivot and studied music
at the Conservatorium in
Ostend, Belgium.
Fleeing the Nazi invasion
of Belgium, Cantor Klein
travelled to London, where
he continued his musical
studies at the Guildhall
School of Music. He served
as cantor of the Wembley
Synagogue for 18 years be-
fore coming to the U.S.
This year he celebrates 25
years of service at Cong.
B'nai Moshe. He has served
as an officer of local and na-

tional Cantors' Assemblies
and Councils.
The program also will
feature violinist Daniel
Braude, who has directed
the B'nai Moshe Men's
Choir for 20 years. Rochelle
Barr and Doreen Raskin
will provide piano accom-
The public is invited to
the program free of charge.
Reserved seats are avail-
able to patrons or sponsors.
For details, call Cong. B'nai
Moshe, 548-9000.


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Young Israel of Greenfield 25th
to pay tribute to the Eisenbergs

Young Israel of Green-
field will celebrate its 25th
anniversary on June 13 at
the Sheraton Southfield
Hotel. Cocktails will be
served at 5:45 p.m. Dinner
will be at 6:45 p.m.
The congregation will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Sandy
Eisenberg "for their • work
on behalf of the synagogue
and the Young Israel
president of the Metropoli-
tan Council of Young Israel.
He was one of the original
founders of the synagogue
as well as a past president.
He was awarded the Shofar
Award by the National
Council of Young Israel.
The entertainment for
the evening will be provided

Mr. and Mrs. Eisenberg

by Israeli singer Yoel
For information, call

Young Israel, 967-3655, be-
tween 12:30 and 4:30 p.m.

Soviet and East European Jewry
topic of Lehrman lectures at B'nai Moshe

Due to this special offer. Summer Swim Club membership fees must be paid in full, in advance.
Outtoor pools open June 9.

Dr. Zvi Y. Gitelman will
present three lectures on
Soviet and Eastern Euro-
pean Jewry this weekend as
Cong. B'nai Moshe's Rabbi
Moses Lehrman Scholar-
Dr. Gitelman's topic at
Sabbath morning services
will be "Current Crisis." He
will speak again between
Mincha and Maariv serv-
ices on "Reform, Revolution
and Reaction." Mincha
services will start at 7:15

p.m. with the lecture at ap-
proximately 7:45.

On Sunday, Dr. Gitelman
will present an illustrated
slide lecture at 10 a.m. on
"The Jewish Remnant in
Eastern Europe Today."
The lecture will be preceded
by a continental breakfast
beginning at 9:30.

Dr. Gitelman is professor
of political science and di-
rector of the Center for Rus-
sian and Eastern Europe

Studies at the University of
The three Lehrman
Memorial Lectures are free
and open to the public.

Yale post

New Haven, Conn. (JTA)
— The Lucy G. Moses Pro-
fessorship of Jewish Studies
has been established at
Yale University with a $1
million gift.

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