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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

60 Friday, March 14, 1986



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State University and the Cabrillo
Festival in California.
The Quartet was formed in
1977, and since that time, it has
appeared at Alice Tully Hall in
New York, and the Library of
Congress in Washington D.C.; in
many major cities of the U.S.; and
in residencies at Yale, Purdue and
the University of Pennsylvania.
It is currently quartet-in-
residence at Harvard where it
presents master classes and a
series of concerts. This season is
also highlighted by visiting resi-
dences at the University of Michi-
gan and Wayne State University.
The program will feature the
Beethoven String Quartet in A
Major, Op. 18, No. 5; The Shos-
takovich String Quartet No. 8,
Op. 110; and The Dvorak String
Quartet in C Major, Op. 61, No.
11.

The New World String Quartet
will be featured in "Dessert with
Dvorak," a cabaret concert on
March 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bir-
mingham Temple, 28611 W. 12
Mile, Farmington Hills. The
quartet will perform works of
Dvorak, Beethoven and Shos-
takovich in a candlelit setting
with desserts and coffee available
for purchase before the program
and during intermission. There is
an admission fee.
For tickets and information,
call Bob Phillips 661-5633; or
Joan Rose, 543-5912.
Winner of the 1979 Naumberg
Chamber Music Competition, the
New World String Quartet ap-
pears in chamber music and uni-
versity concert series, and at fes-
tivals including Ravinia, Inter-
lochen, "Music West" of Utah

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Experts on Israel's art, litera-
ture, agriculture, architecture,
economy and politics will be
among the speakers at the sec-
ond annual Israel Conference
Day at the University of Michi-
gan on March 23 at the Rac-
kham Amphitheater. Registra-
tion begins at 9:30 a.m. The
keyhote address, "Pluralism in
Israel: Dimensions of Conflict
and Solidarity," will be pre-
sented by Prof. Ephraim Yair of
Tel Aviv University.
Subjects presented in Session
1 will be: "Religioug Pluralism
in Israel: Realities and Pros-
pects," "The Future of Israel-
Diaspora Relationships," "The
Fiction of Amos Oz: Between
Politics and Psychology," "Re-
cent Architectural Develop-
ments in Jerusalem," "Women
in Kibbutz" and "Hadassah and
the Organization of Medicine in
Israel."
Session II lectures will be:
"Law of Return: A Reflection of
the Modern Jewish Condition,"
"Attitudes of Israelis and Arabs
Toward Possible Resolution of
the Israeli-Arab Conflict," "Yid-
dish in Israel: The Poetry of Av-
romn Sutzkever," "Archeology of
the First Temple Period,"
"Needs and Opportunities of Is-
rael's Industry" and "Trends in

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Biomedical Research in Israel."
Session III topics include:
"Citizen-State Relationships in
the State of Israel," "Issues of
Identity in Acculturation of
Ethiopian Jews in Israel," "Re-
cent Developments in Film and
Theater in Israel" and "Work-
place Democracy in Israel and
the Kibbutz."
Talks in Session IV will cover:
"Absorption of Soviet and
American Jews in Israeli
Society," "Legal Title to the
Occupied Territories," "Mac-
cabiah: Sports in Israel," "Ag-
ricultural Research in Israel,"
"Energy in Israel" and "Family,
Marital and Sex Therapy in Is-
rael: Aspects of Unique Ethnic-
ity and Lifestyle."
The closing address, "War and
Peace in the Middle East," will
be given by Prof. Raymond
Tanter of University of Michi-
gan.
Sponsors are the Program in
Judaic Studies, B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation, Union of
Students for Israel, Progressive
Zionist Caucus, Jewish Law
Students' Union, Israeli Student
Association, Institute of Stu-
dents and Faculty on Israel.
There is no charge for the
program. For information, call
Joseph Kohane, 663-3336.

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