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February 28, 1992 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-28

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Jocelyn Krieger

Students Set
Baroque Concert

Students of Jocelyn Ruth
Krieger will present a
Beautifully Baroque concert
on piano, organ and electric
keyboard 7 p.m. March 1 in
the Southfield studio.
Music of Bach, Teleman,
Lully, Purcell, and contem-
porary composers utilizing a
baroque mode will be played
by Dina Borsand, Leah Ber-
man, Estee Eisenberg, Jessica
Henry, Chaya Sora Levitin,
Tova Rochelle Moskowitz,
Ahuva Rogers, Crystal Rice,
Rivka State and Rechelle
Winkler.
Jocelyn Krieger will per-
form piano works of C.P.E.
Bach and J.S. Bach and J.S.
Bach's Organ Toccata in D

minor.
Primary students will pre-
sent an afternoon musicale 3
p.m. March 1. Performing on
piano and electric keyboard
will be Dina Bodzin, Mary
Busby, Brandalyn Fulton,
Naomi Gotlib, Tad Gutkovich,
Geein Lee and Lisa
Pearlman.
The students will repeat
the programs at nursing
homes and senior citizen
residences during March and
April.
The public is invited at no
charge. For reservations, call
Mrs. Krieger, 354-3149.

Peace Center
Hosts Speaker

The Center for Peace and
Conflict Studies of Wayne
State University will con-
tinue its series Great Deci-
sions '92 "The AIDS
Pandemic: Global Scourge,
U.S. Challenge" 7:15-8:45
p.m. March 16 at Grosse
Pointe Unitarian Church,
17150 Maumee.
There is a charge. The lec-
turer will be Dr. Eugene Per-
rin, School of Medicine,
Wayne State University.
For information, call the
center, 577-3453.

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