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March 29, 1991 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-29

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PHIL & KATHLEEN
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MGA Benefit
Fashion Show

Chorale, Chorus
Celebrate Music

The 16th annual Myasthe-
nia Gravis Association lun-
cheon/fashion show, "Fashion
Portrait," will be noon April
13 at the Grand Manor of
Fairlane, Dearborn.
Saks Fifth Avenue-Fairlane
will present fashions for
women and men. Katherine
Adams, Channel 4 TV, will be
master of ceremonies.
Lunch, a speaker and
fashion show will comprise
the program. All proceeds
from the event will be applied
toward research and patient
service programs for
myasthenia gravis, a
neuromuscular disease. For
ticket information, call the
MGA office, 927-7833.

The Women's Chorale at
Wayne State University and
the new Civic Youth Chorus
of Detroit will combine talent
for "Kaleidoscope: a Celebra-
tion of Music" 8 p.m. April 2,
in the WSU Community Arts
Auditorium, Cass at Kirby on
the university's main
campus.
The combined choruses will
sing Eugene Butler's Break
Forth Into Singing, Parry's
Jeruslaem, Richardson's The
Morning Trumpet, Hairston's
In Dat Great Gettin' Up and
the Ades/Vandross' Everybody

Artists Series
Guitar Quintet

Charlie Byrd and the
Washington Guitar Quintet
will present their first
Michigan appearance in the
American Artists Series 3
p.m. April 7 in Kingswood
Auditorium, Cranbrook.
The Emmy award-winning
Charlie Byrd, jazz guitarist,
also is noted for his classical
repertoire. The other
members of the quintet are
classical guitarists who have
performed in South America,
Europe and the Middle East.
They are John Marlow, Jef-
frey Meyerriecks, Myrna
Sislen and Larry Snitzler.
They will be preceded at 2
p.m. with a talk by guitar-
maker Herbert Davis of Ann
Arbor. His talk and showing
of guitars and lutes is open to
all ticket holders.
The concert will include
jazz, Argentine tangos, and
the Michigan premiere per-
formance of a work by Glenn
Smith, Box Talk, written in
1990. Other composers to be
featured are Vivaldi, Ger-
shwin and Laurindo Almeida.
For ticket information call,
851-5044. An informal recep-
tion with the artists will
follow the concert.

U - M Players
Set Symbolist Play

The students of the Univer-
sity of Michigan's University
Players will present Maurice
Maeterlinck's symbolist
masterpiece Pelleas and
Melisande April 4-14 at the
Trueblood Theatre in Ann
Arbor.
This drama is about an ill-
fated love triangle involving
two brothers.
For ticket information, call
the League Ticket Office,
764-0450.

Rejoice.
The Women's Chorale, a
select group of vocalists, will
sing music by Morley, Men-
delssohn, Vaughn-Williams,
Rutter and Bach. The CYC
will present selections by
Schein, Handel/Kirk, Thi-
man, Artman, Smith/Elling-
ton/Simone and Ingram III.
The choir is composed of
Detroit area school children
in grades four through nine
who are recommended by
their teachers and successful-
ly audition for the choir in
May.
For information, call the
WSU music department,
577-1795.

Garden Concerts
Plans Tea Dance

The next Southfield Con-
certs In The Garden will be
held 3 p.m. April 7 at the
Sheraton Hotel.
The Hotel Savarine Society
Orchestra will perform song
stylings of hotel bands in the
late 20s, 30s and 40s.
High tea in the English
tradition will be served at 3
p.m. and the music will begin
at 3:30 p.m. For ticket infor-
mation, call Claire Raynes,
354-4717.

Libraries Set
Children's Programs

Ellyce Field, author of
Detroit Kids and Kids and
Cars will read stories to
celebrate National Library
Week 7-7:30 p.m. April 18 at
West Bloomfield Township
Public Library — Main.
Registration begins April 8 by
calling 682-2120. The pro-
gram is recommended for
ages 4 and up; under 5 must
be accompanied by an adult.
Family storytime is plan-
ned by both West Bloomfield
libraries.
Main Library — April 18,
10:30-11 a.m.; register begin-
ning April 11. Westacres —
April 11, 10:30-11 a.m.;
register beginning April 4.

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