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May 07, 1993 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-07

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Adat Shalom Hosts
Musicians' Showcase

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will present "A Showcase
of New American Musi-
cians" 7:30 p.m. May 20, at
the synagogue.
Featured in the concert
will be violinist Mark
Komissarov, balalaika vir-
tuoso Gennady Zut, and

Komissarov

WE

I'm
ifi do
a good education
I will end up
living the rest of
my life
with my mother.

Joel Regimbal
5th grade

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mezzo-soprano
Irina
Lekhtman.
Mr. Komissarov was

born in Leningrad and
studied at the famous
Petersburg-Leningrad
School. He has combined a
career of both teaching and
performance. His reper-
toire includes practically
all the works composed for
the violin.
Gennady Zut studied the
balalaika from the age of
12. He performed, taught
and directed a Russian folk
music orchestra. In 1976,
Mr. Zut began studies at
the Leningrad Conserva-
tory, performing on radio
and television as a member
and premier soloist of the
Andreev Russian Folk
Orchestra.

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Lekhtman

Belgium. A recording of
her Jewish songs will soon
be released in Russia. In
March, she sang in II
Trovatore in Turkey, and
in June she will travel to
Belgium to sing the title
role in four performances
of Carmen.
Cantors Larry Vieder
and Howard Glantz will
also perform musical selec-
tions.
The event is sponsored
by the Synagogue's Adult
Study Commission. The
performance is open to the
community. There is no
charge. Tickets may be
obtained at the synagogue,
29901 Middlebelt Road.
They will be distributed on
a first-come, first served
basis.

Rabbi Buchwald
Speaks For Machon

EARRINGS

America needs more schools
that encourage our children to fulfill
their promise.

Ms. Lekhtman is a
mezzo-soprano who came
to the United States from
Moldova, where she was a
soloist with the Moldavian
State Opera and performed
roles in opera houses in
Russia, Bulgaria,
Romania, Italy and

Ephraim Buchwald

Rabbi Ephrain-i Z. L'ucla-
wald will be the .../rachor,
L'Torah speaker at the
1993 annual dinner June 9

at the Plaza Hotel,
Southfield. Rabbi Buch-
wald, who leads the
National Jewish outreach
program, is known as a
leader and an innovator in
the field of Jewish out-
reach. He was ordained at
the Yeshivah University
and served for 15 years as
a director of education at
the Lincoln Square
Synagogue in New York. In
addition, Rabbi Buchwald
is the honorary president
of AJOP, Association of
Jewish Outreach
Professionals.
For re ,-, rvations ,-30d
information, call Machon,
967-0888.

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