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April 26, 1985 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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72 Friday, April 26, 1985



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April 22 — • Michael and
Ruthanne Wolf-Tuomey of
Chicago, Il., announce the birth of
their son, Eric Wolf.
Grandparents are Eleanor and
Henry Wolfe of Oak Park and Bob
Tuomey of Troy and the late
Gerda Tuomey.

April 12 — Steve and Linda
Jacobson of Ann Arbor announce
the birth of their daughter, Arica
Michelle. Proud grandparents are
Marilyn and Lou Soverinsky and
Bernice Jacobson, all of South-
field. Proud great-grandparents
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memory of his maternal great-
grandmother Rachael Pensler
and his paternal great-
grandfathers Mr. Sam Levey and
Mr. Sol Hoffman.

March 29 — Cy and Elyss
(Stein) Rott of Southfield proudly
announce the birth of their son,
Robert Evan, brother to Danielle
Elana, Nicole Deanna and Jaclyn
Rebecca. Proud grandparents are
Joe and Celia Rott of Oak Park
and Nate and Ceil Stein of South-

Feb. 20 — Mark and Linda Pul-
leyblank (Linda Eve Rosenthal) of
Birmingham joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Rachel Lynn. Happy
grandparents are Dr. and ,Mrs.
Marvin J. Rosenthal of Troy and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Pulleyb-
lank of Livonia. Rachel Lynn is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother
Roza Lefkovits.

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April 15 — Mark Palinsky and
Cynthia Sorkin-Palinsky of Flint
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Lindsay Michelle.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Sorkin and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Palinsky, all of Flint.
Proud great-grandmothers are
Mrs. Reva Hecht of Southfield,
Mrs. Ann Dobrowitsky of Oak
Park and Mrs. Yoland Polinsky of
Flint. Lindsay is named in loving
memory of her maternal great-
grandfather Mr. Lionel Hecht and
paternal great-grandfather Mr.
Michael Palinsky.



April 5 — Linda and Larry
Levey (Linda Pensler), former De-
troiters of Dallas, Tex., joyfully
announce the birth of their son,
Ryan Scott. Proud grandparents
are Dr. Meyer and Gertrude Pens-
ler of Farmington Hills and Fran
and Cal Levey of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandmother is Hat-
tie R. Feuerman of Farmington
Hills. Ryan is named in loving

April 16 — Matthew and Alicia
Prentice (Alicia Patler) of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Rachael
Suzanne. The proud grandparents
are Norman and Mildred Patler of
Oak Park and Margaret Prentice
of Royal Oak. Rachael Suzanne
also is the granddaughter of the
late Mr. James Prentice.

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April 12 — Allan and Sharon
Studenberg of West Bloomfield
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Lauren Ashley,
sister to Scott Michael. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Studenberg of La Jolla,
Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. John Cos-
tanza of Detroit.

April 17 — Kenneth and
Sandra Meyers of Albany, Ga.,
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter Melissa Marie.
Proud grandparents are Lillian
Meyers of Southfield and Howard
and Shirley Zinkhan or Orlando,
Fla. Melissa is named after her
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Aaron Soverinsky of Southfield.
Arica is named in loving memory
of her paternal grandfather Mr.
Alvin Jacobson and her paternal
great-grandfather Mr. Max Sil-

Orchestral Association at Car-
negie Hall.
She's performed in master
classes for Rosalyn Tureck, Mal-
colm Frager, John Browning,
Michael Tilson Thomas and
Mstislav Rostropovich. With her
sisters, cellist Maureen, and vio-
linist Kerry, she has frequently
appeared in chamber music con-
certs and was awarded the prize
for the best accompanist in the
1982 Tchaikovsky Competition in
Moscow where she accompanied
her sister.


Matt Haimovitz

Music Study Club will present
14-year-old Matt Haimovitz, cel-
list, and 20-year-old Anne-Marie
McDermott, pianist, at its Annual
Artist Concert May 5 at 3 p.m. at
Orchestra Hall. Samuel Sanders
will be pianist accompanist.
Born in Tel Aviv of Romanian
parentage, Haimovitz moved with
his family to Palo Alto, Calif.,
where at age 7 he began studies
with Irene Sharp and at age 8 ap-
peared in solo recital.
Subsequent prizes include the
San Francisco Symphony Pepsi
Cola Young Artists Award,
California Youth Symphony -
Young Artists Award, Music
Academy of the West Outstand-
ing Performer Award, San Fran-
cisco Music Club Scholarship
(twice), Hana and Leonard Stone
Award from the Juilliard School
of Music and awards from the San
Francisco Musical Society.
Miss McDermott, a native of
New York, began piano studies at
age 5 and was a scholarship stu-
dent at the Manhattan School of
Music at age 10 with Dalmo
Carra, then with Constance
Keene, and at age 12 she pei-
formed the Mendelssohn Concerto
in C Minor with the National

Miss McDermott won the 1983
Young Concert Artists Interna-
tional Auditions which led to a re-
cital in the Young Concert Artists
Series at the 92nd Street Y and a
recital at the Fifth Young Concert
Artists Series at the JFK Center
for the Performing Arts. Addi-



Anne-Marie McDermott

tional awards include the Paul A.
Fish Memorial Prize, the Bruce
Hungerford Memorial Prize, the
Walker Fund Prize, the Joseph
Kalichstein Piano Prize, and the
Mortimer Levitt Career De-
velopment Award for Women Ar-
tists, which grants a solo record-
ing debut on Musical Heritage

For ticket information, call
President Helen Rowin, 626-
5398; or Concert Chairman Joan
Linden, 642-2258.

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