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May 08, 1987 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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Wednesday & Thursday
When a second admission
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Israeli To Appear In Solo
With Warren Orchestra

ACADEMY AWARD WINNER
"PLATOON (R)"

Israeli violinist Sergiu
Schwartz will be guest soloist
at the Warren Symphony's
final season concert on May
17 at 8:30 p.m. in Warren
Woods Community Theater.
A graduate of the Rubin
Academy of Music in Tel
Aviv, Schwartz received a
1981 scholarship to study at
the Juilliard School in New
York. The 28-year-old musi-
cian has won major prizes in
international competition in
Europe, South America and
the United States including
the America-Israel Cultural
Foundation Award.
His London debut was fol-
lowed by a North American
debut in Canada. In 1982, as
winner of Artists Interna-
tional Competition, he made
his New York debut at Car-
negie Recital Hall.
Since then, Schwartz has
performed in numerous
engagements with orchestra
and in •recital including ap-

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Friday, May 8, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pictured with Israeli artist Yaacov Agam are, from left:
Emunah President Beverly Segal, Ann Grosberg and Cecilia
Margules.

Holocaust Recalled
In Agam Windows

New York — Working
models of the first stained-
glass windows to commemo-
rate the Holocaust were re-
cently unveiled in New York
by Yaacov Agam, Israel's
premier artist. A total of 14
stained-glass windows were
especially designed for
Emunah Women's Holocaust
Study Center in Jerusalem
by Agam, whose paintings
and sculptures are found in
almost every major museum
in the world.
The Agam Windows will
eventually illuminate the au-
ditorium of the center,
housed in the Emunah Com-
munity College Complex.

The Agam Windows have
been donated by the artist to
Emunah, a volunteer organ-
ization of 120,000 women
worldwide dedicated to
enhancing the quality of life
in Israel. Emunah's Jossi Be-
rger Holocaust Study Center
is a project that will per-
petuate the lessons of the
Holocaust among Israel's
younger generation.
Aside from being one of the
most outstanding contempor-
ary artistsand a pioneer in
the kinetic movement, Agam
is also active in . the field of
visual education and has
written a series of books on
visual language.

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