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October 17, 1986 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-17

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LOCAL NEWS

'LAPIN' LIZARDS

We almost forgot to subscribe
to the Jewish News, Mom!

Performers of The Jewish Musical Legacy," from left, Nikolai
Lemberg, Israel Kremen, Edwarda Kremen, Irene Kovalsky
and Vladislav Kovalsky.

Jewish Arts Series
Features Music, Dance

"Rediscovering
Jewish
Dance," Oct. 30. Sharni,
dancer and choreographer,
graduate of Ohio State Uni-
versity, danced as a soloist
with the Batsheva Company
in Israel for eleven years. She
will present a lecture-
demonstration on the differ-
ent realms of dance and im-
agination.
The planning committee
includes Rabbi Efry Spectre,
Alan Yost, Irwin Alterman,
Allan Gelfond, Sharon Hart,
Dr. Gerald A. Teller and
Renee Wohl.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, contact the Mid-
rasha office, 352-7117.

Symphony Starts
New Season

Pamela Sharni

Adat Shalom Synagogue
and Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies will co-
sponsor a series entitled,
"The Jewish Contribution to
the Performing Arts." The
series will be held at 7:30
p.m. Thursday and Oct. 30 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
29901 Middlebelt, Far-
mington Hills.
The series will focus on
theater, music and dance.
In "The Jewish Musical
Legacy," Thursday, five re-
cent Soviet emigre musicians
will present an evening of
Jewish music, including
pieces by Solomon Rossi,
Felix Mendelssohn, Anton
Rubinstein, Ernst Bloch,
George Gershwin, Dimitri
Shostakovich and others.
Musicians include Nikolai
Lemberg, flutist; Israel Kre-
man, pianist; and Vladislav
Kovalsky, pianist. Also par-
ticipating are Irene
Kovalsky, violinist and Ed-
warda Kremen, pianist.
Pamela Sharni will present

The Birmingham - Bloom-
field Symphony Orchestra
will kick off its 12th season
at 8 p.m. Oct. 24 at Seaholm
High School.
The concert will feature the
Larry Nozero Quartet per-
forming a new work arranged
for the group by Matt
Michaels.
Tickets are available at the
door or by calling the sym-
phony office, 643-7288.

OP Civic Chorus
Seeks Members

The Oak Park Civic Chorus
is looking for male members
to sing bass, baritone and
tenor parts.
The chorus meets weekly
on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. in
the choral room of Oak Park
High School. The theme this
season is "Music From
Around the World." For in-
formation, call Gere Oliva,
559-5074; or Bob Feldman,
548-6652.

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