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October 05, 1990 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-05

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MITCH'S H

Temple Beth El
Hosts Symphony

In celebration of their 140th
year, Temple Beth El will host
the Detroit Symphpony Or-
chestra 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14. The
sympony, under the baton of
Leslie B. Dunner, associate
conductor, will present a pro-
gram that underscores the
Jewish connection to classical
music.
The opening selection,
Smetana's The Moldau,
celebrates the central river of
the composer's homeland.
The second piece, Samuel
Barber's Knoxville: Summer
of 1915, will feature Cantor
Gail Hirschenfang as soloist.
John Thurman, cellist with
both the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra and the Detroit
String Quartet, will perform
in the third selection, Max
Bruch's Kol Nidrei. The final
selection will be Felix
Italian
Mendelssohn's
-
Symphony.
Leslie B. Dunner, conductor,
has been assistant conductor
of the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra since 1987 and was
named associate conductor in
September 1990.
There is a charge. Following
the concert, benefactors and
patrons will be guests at a
reception in the Temple's
Handleman Hall. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
851-1100.

U-D Opens
Theater Season

The Theatre Company of
the University of Detroit Mer-
cy opens its twentieth an-
niversary season Oct. 12-28
with the Michigan premier of
Early One Evening at the
Rainbow Bar & Grille by
Bruce Graham. Regulars of a
shot-and-beer joint try to
decide what to do after the
town is beset by a sudden,
world-threatening disaster,
when a surprise visitor
appears.
Performances will be in the
Earl D.A. Smith Studio
Theatre on the University of
Detroit Mercy's McNichols
campus, 8 p.m. Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday and 7 p.m.
Sunday. For information, call
The Theatre Company,
927-1130.

'Les Miserables'
Returns
Les Miserables, the Tony-

Award winning musical, will
return to the Fisher Theatre
for a special four-week
engagement Dec. 5-30.
Tickets for all performances
are on sale at the Fisher
Theatre box office and at all
TicketMaster outlets.

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