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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-22

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the son of the founder of the
Bombay Symphony Or-
chestra. He studied at the
Academy of Music in Vienna
and from 1961 to 1967, he
was the music director of the
Montreal Symphony. In 1962,
he became the music director
of the Los Angeles Philhar-
monic, a post he held for 16
years. He then assumed the
post of music director of the
New York Philharmonic, and
became the first permanent
music adviser of the IPO in
1969. He was named the
IPO's music director for life
in 1981.
Greenschlag played with
the IPO from its inception
until 1959. He has since
served with the Philadelphia
Symphony, with which he
has been associated for 25
years. Last year he served as
concertmaster with an Italian
orchestra.
Greenschlag was packing
to meet the IPO in Los
Angeles when contacted by
The Jewish News. He said he
was hired to be a substitute
violinist and was anxiously
looking forward to the ex-
perience. "I like to be with
my old friends. There are
very few left."
In recent years the or-
chestra came under fire when
Mehta programmed the
works of Richard Wagner
into the orchestra's reper-

toire. Wagner works had be-
come the object of contempt
among Jews because he was
an anti-Semite and his works
were so esteemed by Adolf .
Hitler.
Greenschlag said that in
1936, the great Toscanini
also included the Wagner
works in the orchestra's con-
cert schedule, but at that
time their link to Hitler was
yet unknown. "As a musician
I like Wagner, but as a Jew, I
disassociate myself (from his
music)," Greenschlag said.
Greenschlag is proud of the
success the orchestra has
achieved. At its beginning,
the orchestra counted nearly
5,000 subscribers. Today,
there are more than 35,000.
The IPO earns much of its
operating funds from per-
formances, but the Israel
government is known to kick
in some monies as well.

"(The orchestra's) taking a
pretty significant place in the
international music scene,"
he said.

Despite leaving the or-
chestra as a permanent
member in 1959, he has al-
ways had ties to it. His wife's
three brothers had served
with the IPO as well. "My
life is around this organiza-
tion, even if I'm not in the
orchestra. The orchestra is
my first love."

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ation's 60th anniversary and
the Israel Philharmonic Or-
chestra's 50th anniversary
will be celebrated Thursday
at a performance sponsored
by Federation and the
Meadow Brook Music Festi-
val.
The event is part of a spe-
cial evening to be hosted by
David and Marion Handle-
man in commemoration of
Federation's years of service
to the local community and
its partnership with the
Jewish people in Israel and
around the world.
The concert at Meadow
Brook is the first of four
events Federation has
planned in celebration of its
anniversary.
On Sept. 16, the JWF an-
nual meeting will take place
at the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community . Center. • The
gathering will be highlighted
by the presentation of the
Fred M. Butzel Award to
David Handleman, and the
showing of specially designed
agency exhibits — a gift from
Federation to its member
agencies.
Detroit's civic and com-
munal leadership will have
an opportunity to take part
in the anniversary celebra-
tion at a Butzel Building
open house Sept. 30. And in

November, a children's poster
contest will involve the com-
munity's future leaders in the
festivities.
Janet Levine is chairman
of Federation's 60th anniver-
sary committee; Carolyn
Greenberg and Janice
Schwartz are associate
chairman of the IPO concert.

Travel Agent's
Case Delayed

Pre-trial examination for
Benny Hershkovitz was de-
layed this week in 48th Dis-
trict Court in Bloomfield
Hills when defense counsel
requested police -reports and
records that were being used
by the prosecution.
Oakland County Assistant
Prosecutor Allen Wolf said
the case against the former
travel agent is now scheduled
for examination on Sept. 30.
Hershkovitz is accused of
bilking more than $90,000
from 20 Temple Israel
couples after they cancelled
their trip to Israel last
spring. He is currently free
on bond in Atlanta, Ga.,
where he is working for his
son.

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