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September 11, 1987 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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SLEUTH

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A THRILLING MYSTERY

by Anthony Shaffer

Group Rates & Performances Available • Fri. & Sat. Show 8:30 PM

mance. Alan Kandel will
serve as host. The artistic
director engaged for Readers
Theater is Yolanda Fleischer.
The next program of the fall
series will take place on Oct.
25. Featured will be writings
of Bernard Malamud, Philip
Roth and Yehuda Yaair.
Stories by Grace Paley, Max
Apple and Tillie Olsen will
appear on the final perfor-
mance of the series on Nov.
29.
A limited number of tickets
is available. For information,
reservations and ticket prices,
call the Readers Theater,
967-4030.

Reservations: 593.1234

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The Julius Chajes -Music
Fund Concert Series will pre-
sent Louis Nagel in concert
on Sept. 13 at 3:30 p.m. in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater of the
Main Jewish Community
Center.
Dr. Nagel is a concert
pianist and professor of music
whose career has taken him
to Canada, England, the
British Virgin Islands and
Australia, in addition to
many cities in the United
States.
A graduate of the Juilliard
School, he studied with
Rosina Lhevinne, Josef Raieff,
Joseph Bloch and Robert
Starer. Subsequent to his
graduation he worked with
Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Dr. Nagel won top awards
from the National Arts Club,
Concert Artists Guild,
Geneva, Juilliard Orchestra
and National Federation of
Music Clubs competitions.
Nagel has taught at the
University of Michigan since
1969, and has been associated
with the National Music
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1971. In 1984, he was invited
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Music in Sydney, Australia,
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