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February 16, 1990 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-16

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The moon.
The music.
The magic.

Romance is chic once more.
Classic cocktails.
Luxurious cuisine.
Sensuous swirling rhythms.
Memories are made of this.

Since the Suzuki Method
stresses performance early
on, both Miriam and Gabe
have had extensive recital
and concert experience, and
both say there is less ner-
vousness about performing
because they started so early.
When Gabe was about 11, he
performed the first movement
of Bach's double concerto with
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra at Ford Auditorium in
Detroit in a young people's
concert.
Last week, Gabe was
notified that he had won this
year's Jewish Center Award,
and on the heels of it he was
told he was one of two win-
ners in a competition spon-
sored by Western Michigan
University.
The prize for that competi-
tion is a master class with
violinist Yehudi Menuhin
March 4 at WMU in
Kalamazoo.
"You always want to work
harder and get better," says
Gabe. "When I think about it,
I just won these two competi-
tions! But I know they were
just in the state of Michigan;
it's not like I went interna-
tional with it. It's nice to win
things, but . ."
Gabe and Miriam both ap-
proach their careers with
healthy attitudes that sug-
gest they know there are
greater tests and challenges
ahead.
Practice, of course, is the
way to get to Carnegie Hall.
Gabe practices "anywhere
from 45 minutes a day to
three or four hours a day."
Miriam, who, in fact, played
Carnegie Hall with a group of
students when she was 11,
also practices daily —
whenever she can.
"I have no classes on Tues-
day, so I basically spend the
whole day practicing," she
says. 0

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Chamber Winds
In Garden

The Detroit Chamber
Winds will appear in
Southfield's Concerts-in-the-
Garden at the Prudential
Town Center 10:30 a.m. Feb.
18.
There is a charge that in-
cludes a continental
breakfast served at 10 a.m.
For reservations and infor-
mation, call the cultural arts
department, 354-4717.

Local Library
Plans Story Time

The Bloomfield Township
Library will present the
stories of Rumpelstiltkin and
Jordina and Joringel 7 p.m.
Feb. 14. and
Bathtime at 7 p.m. Feb. 21.

Ernesto's

".
A tribute to the sus-
taining power of family
and to man's in-
domitability . . with sus-
tained tenderness the
playwright offers a
catharsis and a promise
of embracing love."

The New York Times

"A passionate, touching
tale, Sensitively written
This is a valuable win-
dow into an almost lost
world."

New York Post

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