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October 05, 1990 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-05

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1990

Jazz Artist
At Duffy's

Alexander Zonjic, jazz pop
artist, will perform with his
quintet 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Oct. 12-13 at Duffy's Water-
front Inn, Union Lake.
Mr. Zonjic has played in the
Montreux Detroit Jazz
Festival, the Orlando Jazz
Festival, the Atlanta Jazz
Festival. He has also been a
featured artist on TV specials.
For information, call Duf-
fy's, 363-9469.

Baroque Concert
In Cultural Center

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Six compositions for winds
by Australian composer Percy
Grainger will be performed
by the Oakland University
Wind Ensemble in concert at
3 p.m. Oct. 14 in Varner
Recital Hall.
"Salute to Grainger" will
feature a complete perfor-
mance of Lincolnshire Posy.
Also on the program are
"Spoon River — An American
Folk Dance," "The Sussex
Mummers' Christmas Carol,"
"Australian Up-Country
Tune," "Irish Tune from
County Derry" and
"Shepherd's Hey."
In May the Wind Ensemble,
under direction of associate
professor James Dawson,
recorded its first compact disc
for Coronet Records. All-
American Trombone will be
released in October an-d
features the music of Arthur
Pryor. Dennis Smith, prin-
cipal trombone of the Toledo
Symphony Orchestra, is
soloist.
Guest artists are Armando
Ghitalla, former principal
trumpet of the Boston Sym-
phony Orchestra, and John
Mohler, former principal
clarinet with the U.S. Marine
Band. Later this year the
recording will be released on
cassette tape.
Donations will be accepted
at the door following the con-
certs. For information, call
Oakland University,
370-3013.

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American Heart Association

The "Richard Luby and
Friends" Early Music Series,
sponsored by the Center for
Creative Studies-Institute of
Music and Dance, will hold its
first concert of the season, en-
titled "Baroque and Classical
Textures" 3 p.m. Oct. 7 at
CCS-IMD.
Richard Luby, recitalist and
soloist with leading period in-
strument ensembles, will
bring into his series early
music specialists. The open-

ing performances feature the
music of Castello, Corelli,
Kraft, Haydn, Boccherini,
Rameau, and Telemann.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Luby studied with Mischa
Mischakoff and attended
Cass Technical High School
before earning degrees from
the Curtis Institute, Juilliard
and Yale University School of
Music.

Film Theater
Shows Comedy

The Icicle Thief, the 1989
comedy by Italian director
Maurizio Nichetti, will be at
the Detroit Film Theater in
the Detroit Institute of Arts,
Oct. 5-7.
In the film, Mr. Nichetti
plays himself — a writer-
director-actor who turns up at
a television studio to in-
troduce his latest film and
finds himself so incensed by
constant commercials that he
takes a trip into the movie
itself to straighten things out.
Showtimes in the DIA
Auditorium are 7 and 9:30
p.m. on Friday; 5, 7 and 9:30
p.m. on Saturday and 1, 3, 5,
7 and 9 p.m. on Sunday. For
ticket information, call DFT,
833-2323.

Maple-Drake
Sets Piano Classes

Muriel Kilby, staff pianist
for the Chautauqua Sym-
phony Orchestra in New York
State, will return to the
Jewish Community Center
where she will teach piano to
children and adults. She is ac-
cepting advanced students for
coaching piano and chamber
music repertoire.
Ms. Kilby is a graduate of
the Royal Conservatory of
Music in Toronto and the
Juilliard School of Music in
New York and has performed
as soloist with leading or-
chetras in Canada and the
United States. She has also
served as orchestra pianist for
the Detroit Symphony and
has recorded with them on
London Records.
For information, call An-
nette Chajes, 661-1000, Ext.
352.

'Lovers Leap'
At Upstage

The Rosedale Community
Players will present Lovers
Leap, a comedy by Bill Daily
8 p.m. Oct. 12, 13, 19, 20, 6,
27. There will be a 2 p.m.
matinee on Oct. 21. All per-
formances will be at The
Upstage, 21728 Grand River
at Lahser. There is a charge.
For ticket information, call
the Upstage, 532-4010.

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