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January 27, 1989 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-27

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IRVING'S

Delicatessen-Restaurant

AT LA MIRAGE MALL

29555 NORTHWESTERN HWY. Between 12 Mile & Inkster

Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

was such a thrill to have won
the honor two years in a row."
In 1987, Rollin was honored
by Clavier, a magazine for
classical pianists. "I wrote a
piece, 'Calliope Rag, that was
featured in their magazine,"
Rollin said. "Being commis-
sioned by Clavier was just
wonderful because the
magazine is distributed inter-
nationally, and the board of
directors of Clavier are the
most influential keyboard
people in the world."
Rollin was also honored in
1987 as "Teacher of the Year"
by the DML. "This was a real-
ly nice honor because it came
from my peers and col-
leagues," she noted. "It is a
really special honor when
your colleagues recognize you
as a great pianist and
teacher."
Rollin said her religious
background plays a signifi-
cant role in her musical life.
"My mother believed it was
important for me to receive a
formal Jewish education,"
said Rollin. "I feel that the
fact that I am a musician and
a composer is somewhat tied
into the fact that I am Jewish,
and because I had the kind of
Jewish upbringing that
stressed those kind of values
in that the culture is an im-
portant part of the life."
Rollin has touched many
people with her music via
performing, teaching and
composing. Is there anything
left? For Rollin, it's scoring a
movie or musical.
Don't be surprised if the
name of Catherine Rollin
some day joins the ranks of
Leonard Bernstein, Stephen
Sondheim, Lerner and Loewe
and Rodgers and Hammers-
tein. ❑

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Food & Spirits

Julius Lester
Speaks at U-M

Hill Street Forum/Great
Writers Series of the Univer-
sity of Michigan B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation announces
the appearance of Julius
Lester on Feb. 7 at 8 p.m. at
Green Auditorium, 1429 Hill
St., Ann Arbor. Tickets are
available at Hillel.
Lester's latest book,
Lovesong, Becoming a Jew,
documents his journey from
his childhood as a Methodist
minister's son to Black Power
politics in the 1960s to
Catholic mysticism and final-
ly to his conversion to
Judaism.
His books have received
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the Newberry Honor Medal
and the New York Times
Outstanding Book Award. He
is a professor of Judaic and
Near Eastern studies at the
University of Massachusetts.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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