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November 15, 1991 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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WHY YOUR
PARTY PLANS
SHOULD
INCLUDE US.

SHOP

Proudly Presents

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT & DANCING

Toledo Museum
Concert Series

The Toledo Museum of Art's
1991/92 Peristyle Series will
open 8 p.m. Nov. 15 with the
Hanover Band conducted by
Roy Goodman. This 18th-
century, 45-member orchestra
from London uses authentic
instruments and period prin-
ciples to perform the music of
the Hanoverian era
(1714-1830).
Single-concert tickets for
the Hanover Band are on sale.
To order, call the museum,
(419) 243-7000. There is a
handling fee per ticket order
for mail and telephone orders.
The Hanover Band was
formed in 1980 by principal
cellist and artistic director
Caroline Brown. In founding
the group, one of her major
concerns was to restore the
proper balances within a
classical orchestra in perfor-
ming music of the
Hanoverian era. The ensem-
ble regularly consults
original manuscripts and first
editions of the works they per-
form to replicate music as the
composer would have heard
it.

Opera Theatre
Stages 'Herring'

NORMA_JEAN BELL

AND THE ALI,STARS

Thurs., Fri. & Sat. . . . All Shows 10 p.m.
Now Appearing . . . Wed. Evenings Only

The Birmingham Theatre
will host The Wizard Of Oz
for five weeks beginning Nov.
13-Dec. 15.
For ticket information, call
644-3533.

In 1980 the first Israel-
flagged vessel, the Ashdod,
passed through the Suez
Canal.

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Runs 'Streetcar'

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In Birmingham

BUSINESS MEETINGS

Featuring MICHAEL KING & DANNY COX

The
University
of
Michigan's Opera Theatre
will present Benjamin Brit-
ten's chamber opera, Albert
Herring, through Nov. 17 at
the Power Center in Ann
Arbor.
Albert Herring will be sung
in English.
For ticket information, call
the League Ticket Office,
764-0450.

Stagecrafter's Baldwin
Theater will present Ten-
nessee William's A Streetcar
Named Desire Nov. 15-Dec. 1.
All performances are at 8
p.m., except Nov. 17 and Dec.
1, with matinees at 2 p.m. and
Nov. 24 at 7 p.m.
For ticket information, call
the box office, 541-6430.

whatever occasion
you're planning,
well customize all our
banquet services
to meet your
needs and budget.
Ask us for more
information.

TRAYS
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
OUR
SPECIALTY

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rib dinner
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