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November 30, 1984 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-30

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Friday, November 30, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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to many cities in the United
States. A graduate of the Julliard
School, he studied with Rosina
Lhevinne, Josef Raieff, Vladimir
Ashkenazy and others.
Dr. Nagel has won several
prizes, including top awards in
the National Arts Club, Concert
Artists Guild, Geneva, Juilliard
Orchestra, and National Federa-
tion of Music Clubs competitions.
His American appearances in-
clude five concerts in Town Hall.
He has taught at the University
of Michigan since 1969, and has
been associated with the National
Music Camp at Interlochen since
1971.
Sorton is assistant principal
oboist with the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra. He was graduated
summa cum laude with a Master
of Music degree from the Cleve-
land Institute of Music studying
with John Mack, principal oboist
of the Cleveland Orchestra. Be-
fore coming to Detroit, he played
in many other orchestras, includ-

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Matthew Cook twinned the ob-
servance of his bar mitzvah cele-
bration at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue with Naum Yusufov, the
son of Israel and Sara Yusufov, on
Nov. 24.
The Yusufovs have nine chil-
dren, six of them whom are now
living in Israel. Despite their in-
vitations, the parents and three
younger children have been re-
fused permission to reunify the
family as dictated in the Helsinki
accords.
The eldest •son, Evnatan, di-
vorced his Russian wife in 1977
and emigrated in 1979 with her
permission. However, his ex-
father-in-law then demanded
alimony from Evnatan's family in
his absence. The Soviet govern-
ment is using this to prevent the
Yusufovs from emigrating.

Sherene Schostak
marks bat mitzvah

Sherene Ann Schostak, daugh-
ter of Phillip Schostak of West
Bloomfield, and Lillian Schostak
of Kentwood, Mich., celebrated
her bat mitzvah on Nov. 17.
Services were held at Temple
Emanuel of Grand Rapids. Rabbi
Albert Lewis officiated. A lunch-
eon celebration following the
service was held at the Grand
Plaza Hotel of Grand Rapids.
Sherene, an honor student at
Kentwood High School, is con-
tinuing her Hebrew education at
Temple Emanuel.

Louis Nagel

ing the Miami Philharmonic,
Cleveland Orchestra, Canton
Symphony Orchestra, Charlotte
Symphony Orchestra, and the
Asheville Symphony Orchestra.
Besides teaching privately, he
has taught at the North Carolina
Governor's School, Willoughby
School of Fine Arts, Eastern
Music Festival, and the Florida
International University. Along
with his symphony work, Mr. Sor-
ton performs in chamber music
recitals.
Tickets are available at the
Center Cashier's office.

YOUTH

SHAAREY ZEDEK United
Synagogue Youth (grades nine-
12) will attend an Oneg Shabbat
at 8 p.m. today at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Rabbi Marshall
Meyer will be the guest speaker.
For information, call Billy
Strauss, 1-994-4714.
Kadima (grades six-eight) will
"paint Shaarey Zedek" at 7:30
p.m. Saturday. There will be food,
music and more. Friends are in-
vited. For reservations, call Risa
Strauss, 357-5544 or 1-994-4714.

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