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August 19, 1988 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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Poland and the Soviet Union.
By the time he was 30, he had
concertized throughout
Europe, and knew all the
piano masterworks by heart,
but still was not altogether
pleased with his perfor-
mances at the keyboard.

As a result, he went into a
kind of semi-retirement. Dur-
ing the next three years he
performed only occasionally,
spending most of his time in
practice and study, working to
perfect his artistry at the
Juilliard School in New York.
In 1984, after receiving his
graduate degree from
Juilliard, Syme returned to a
super-active performing
career, beginning with a New
York debut at Lincoln Center.
One of his most triumphant
recitals since then occurred in
1985, when he played the
works of Chopin, Liszt and
Haydn to a standing-room-
only audience at Lincoln
Center, a performance which
raised $40,000 for the Union
of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Next Friday night will
mark Syme's first appearance
at Meadow Brook.
"I'm looking to build up my
career in the orchestra
realm," he says. "I've not yet
performed at Meadow Brook,
and this will be a great mo-
ment for me. I love to play,
and I can't wait to get out on
the stage."
In the near future, Syme
looks forward to the
worldwide release of the
recording of his 1987 Mexico
City concert, which includes
Gershwin's Concerto in F,
Rhapsody in Blue, and varia-
tions on I Got Rhythm. The
recording will be produced by
CBS.
Syme's other recordings in-
clude Prokofiev's Concerto No.
1 in D Flat with London's
Philharmonica Orchestra for
Orion, and Chopin's Piano
Concerto No. 1 in E Minor and
the Beethoven Piano Concer-
to No.3 in C Minor with the
Royal Philharmonic for the
Musical Heritage Society. A
N
video recording of the Mexico
City concert has also been
released on Volume Four of
Gurtman and Murtha's "The
World's Greatest Music"
album series.
In addition to Syme's per-
formance and other selections
presented by the Meadow
Brook Festival Orchestra, a
laser light show will be part
of the evening's entertain-
ment at Meadow Brook. Stag-
ed by Image Engineering
> Corp. (which created laser ef-
fects for the opening
ceremonies of the 1984 Olym-
pics in Los Angeles), the laser
will create animated graphics
on a screen.

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