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January 22, 1993 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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N I MATIONAI
CONCI RTS

, Two
w orld
In one a ,...ncert
Pr emieres
Event

"Camerata Musica Viva II

Ricardo Averbach Conductor/Composer

Soloists
Gail Hirschenfang, soprano
Maria Vasileva, viola
Ginka Gerova Ortega, flute

WEEK OF Jan. 22 - Jan. 28



Gail Hirschenfang

ARNOLD KLEIN
GALLERY

The world premieres of "Etz Haim - The Tree of Life" a tone poem for viola, flute and
chamber orchestra and the "Sephardic Song Cycle" for soprano and chamber
orchestra based on original music from 14th century Spain. Especially composed for
this performance by Brazilian composer/conductor Ricardo Averbach, these works are
dedicated to the 90th birthday of legendary Jewish conductor Maurice Abravanel.

More on the program:
"Adagio for Strings" - Samuel Barber
"The Ancient Airs *3 - Respighi
"Serenade" - Tchaikovsky

Sunday, January 31, 1993 7:30pm
Temple Beth El -
Telegraph at 14 Mile Rd. Bloomfield Hills

4520 N. Woodward, Royal
Oak, original posters from
the last 100 years,
through Feb., 647-7709.

A

Co - Sponsors

Michigan Council for Art and Cultural Affairs

In Co-operation with:

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit;
Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Detroit;
Sephardic Community of Greater Detroit;
Detroit Commitee for Sepharad '92

Special Ticket Prices With This Ad: $12.50 per person

ARTSPACE

Flanklin
Bank

learperfect

Please send me
tickets at $12.50 per person, for this exciting musical event. ( Plea" Print)
Name
Address
City/ State/ Zip
Phone
Make checks payable to the Jewish Community Center.
Amount Enclosed
Visa#
Mastercard #
Exp. Date
For information call 661-1000, ext.293

534 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, work of Pat
Howard, through Jan. 30,
258-1540.

ATRIUM GALLERY

109 N. Center,
Northwille, works by
Jeanne Ozment, through
Feb., 349-4131

BIRMINGHAM
BLOOMFIELD
ART ASSOCIATION

1516 S. Cranbrook Rd.,
Birmingham, Michigan
Weavers Guild juried
exhibition, through Jan.
30, 644-0866.

CENTER GALLERIES

15 E. Kirby, Ste. 107,
Detroit, works on paper
and canvas by Craig
Carver, through March 5,
874-1955.

January
Clearance Sales
Continue!

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Orchard Lake Road • North of Maple

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2599 Crumb Rd., Commerce Twp. • 669-0066

31596 Grand River

Farmington
474-7070

2801 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
paintings by Juan
Sanchez-Juarez and Gino
Hollander, through Jan.
31, 649-1779.

DETROIT GALLERY
OF CONTEMPORARY
CRAFTS

104 Fisher Bldg., Detroit,
annual exhibit of clocks,
through Feb. 26,
873-7888.

DONNA JACOBS
GALLERY

574 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, exhibition
of antiquities, through
Feb. 6, 540-1600.

HABATAT
GALLERIES

32255 Northwestern, Ste.
45, 851-9090.

HABATAT/SHAW
GALLERY

32255 Northwestern, Ste.
25, 851-9720.

JANICE CHARACH
EPSTEIN GALLERY

MESA ARTS

32712 Franklin Rd.,
Franklin, gallery
favorites, through Jan.,
851-9949.

PARK WEST
GALLERY

29469 Northwestern,
Southfield, wood
engravings by Salavdor
Dali, through March 14,
354-2343.

POSNER GALLERY

32407 Northwestern,
Farmington Hills, new
works by George Snyder,
626-6450.

PRINT GALLERY

29203 Northwestern,
Southfield, 356-5454.

PRIVATE
COLLECTION

673A Orchard Lake Rd.,
W. Bloomfield, glass by
Leon Applebaum and
Chris Heilman, wall art
by Smadar Livne,
through Jan., 737-4050.

ROBERT ICIDD
GALLERY

107 Townsend,
Birmingham, paintings
and drawings by Larry
Rivers, through Jan. 24,
642-3909.

RUBINER GALLERY

7001 Orchard Lake, W.
Bloomfield, works by
gallery artists, through
Jan. 626-3111.

SANDRA COLLINS

470 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, 642-4795.

SWIDLER GALLERY

308 W. Fourth St., Royal
Oak, 542-4880.

SYBARIS GALLERY

301 W. Fourth St., Royal
Oak, living treasures
exhibition, through Feb.
6, 544-3388.

T'MARRA GALLERY

111 N. First, Aim Arbor,
new works by Joan
Rosenblum and Louis
Redstone, through Feb.
15, 769-3223.

TROY ART GALLERY

515 S. Lafayette, Royal
Oak, 548-7919.

6600 W. Maple, W.
Bloomfield, "Feast of
Lights" through Jan. 28,
661-1000.

WETSMAN
COLLECTION

LEMBERG GALLERY

132 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, 645-6212.

538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham,
contemporary
printmakers, painters
and sculptors, through
Jan. 31, 642-6623.

XOCHIPILLI

568 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, paintings
by Don Jacot, through
Feb. 6, 645-1905.

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