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April 01, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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Marjorie Saulson Heads
Weisberg Annual Concert

Marjorie Shuman Saulson
has been named chairman of
this year's Peter and Clara
Weisberg Concert slated
April 21 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The gala event will be the
occasion for the premiere per-
formance of "Not So Wild a
Dream," a new musical work
commissioned by the family
of Clara and the late Peter
Weisberg on behalf of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in honor of
Israel's 40th anniversary.
The concert will feature an
augmented adult chorus of 40
voices, a 50 voice children's
choir and a chamber or-
chestra. In addition, Rabbi Ir-
win Groner and Cantor
Chaim Najman will appear as
featured narrator and soloist.
Avra Weiss, Robin Schakne,
Leslye Mattler, Barbara
Fischer and Risa Sears will
appear in solo portions also.
The arrangements commit-
tee includes: Doris August,
Debbie Balkin, Marcia Box-
man, Sharon and Dr. Richard
Brown, Helene Cherrin, Dr.
Harold and Cindy Daitch, Dr.
Eugene Gelzayd, Dr. Paul and
Linda Gold, Marlene
Krohner, Faye Krut, Evelyn
and David Levine, Ilene
Nemer, Sheldon Satovsky,
Dorie Shwedel, Wilma Sugar,
Mickey Tencer, Lori Weisberg,
Eileen Wittenberg and Linda
Zalla.
The Shaarey Zedek Choir is
directed by Eugene Zweig and
the youth choir by Robin Beth
Schakne. Dr. Morton Gold
will conduct the concert
performance.
Tickets to the concert may
be obtained by sending a

stamped, self-addressed
envelope to: Weisberg Concert
c/o Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
27375 Bell Rd., P.O. Box 2056,
Southfield, 48076-2056.
Following the concert on
April 21 the Weisberg Con-
cert will bring "Not So Wild
a Dream" to New York where
the newly commissioned
oratorio will be performed at
the Cantors Assembly con-
vention at the Concord Hotel
on May 4.
Samuel Rosenbaum, the
author of "Not So Wild a
Dream," is writer, cantor and
educator, having served Cong.
Beth El of Rochester, N.Y., for
more than 40 years and is
currently the executive vice
president of the Cantors
Assembly of America.

Cantor Rosenbaum has
written the texts of a number
of well-known oratorios; the
music having been composed
by such distinguished com-
posers as Sholom Secunda,
Abraham Ellstein, Charles
Davidson and others. Among
his award-winning works are:

Kaddish, If Not Even Higher,
Singing of Angels, The Trial
of Anatoly Sharansky.

Dr. Morton Gold, composer
of the work and the son of the
late Cantor Leon Gold, receiv-
ed his musical education and
advanced degrees at Boston
College and Harvard Univer-
sity. He has conducted at
Tanglewood and appeared as
guest conductor with the
Boston Pops, where he con-
ducted a premiere of his work.
Among his compositions
are: Haggadah, Songs Of

Praise, Sayings of The
Fathers, and Havdalah.

Elie Wiesel has now endorsed the Center for the Study of the Child's
Holocaust curriculum, "Life Unworthy of Life." Wiesel was presented a
review copy of the high school curriculum in December by Dr. Sidney
Bolkosky and Betty Rotberg Ellias.

84

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1988

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