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November 15, 1985 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-15

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16 Friday, November 15, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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her mother and sister, Cindi is a
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practice our parts together, even
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"I don't really know that any
one of us has the last word,"
says Kim.
"I think that I don't," says Col-
lette, laughing.
Collette whose mother, Kar-
lene Salon, herself a musician,
said she feels that the people
who come to the family concerts
"get a thrill out of seeing this
generational kind of together-
ness. When my mother was
alive and would come to our
concerts, inevitably there would
be some kind of mention (during
the performance) that she was
also a musician and that that's
what things had actually stem-
med from. Oftentimes, we'd ask
her to stand up. After the con-
certs, the people who had come
to hear us would end up talking
with her."
One of their biggest fans now-
adays is Kim's and Cindi's
father, Bernard.
"My husband has attended
every program from fourth
grade on," says Collette, "carry-
ing coats, carrying the music
stands, waiting outside the
ladies' room, if that's where the
girls had to tune up — because
sometimes there would be no
practice rooms. "He's not a
musician, but he's really knowl-
edgeable about music."
"He's a wonderful example for
our husbands," adds Cinci. "My
husband is not musical — he
just plays the stereo. But he's
certainly really supportive."
The trio's next performance is
scheduled for the Farmington
Musicale, Farmington Commu-
nity Center, Dec. 4, at 10:30
a.m.

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or their first concert to-
gether, Rochelle Barr
and her mother, Sylvia,
performed on twin pianos
for a group of friends and
music afficionados at Rochelle's
home in Bloomfield Hills. Al-
though Rochelle had been per-
forming professionally as a
pianist for several years (much
of the time as an accompanist
with local musicians and voc-
alists), her mother had not per-
formed before an audience in
more than 40 years — when, as
a result of the Depression, she
was forced to give up her career
as a concert pianist to become a
piano teacher (Later, Sylvia,
also of Bloomfield Hills, would
become a teacher of Hebrew —
which she still is.)
"She was a nervous wreck be-
fore our concert, an absolute
basket case," says Rochelle.
"And we started at the top with
Rachmaninoff's Second Suite.
That was the first thing we
learned to play together for
anybody."
But the concert was a rousing
success, and soon Sylvia had lost
most of the butterflies and the
two were entertaining other
audiences in the area.
Sylvia, who is also an accom-
plished harpist, was graduated
from the Detroit Institute of
Musical Art and studied with
the late pianist, Alle D.
Zuidema. At age 8, Rochelle
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