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March 18, 1994 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-18

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Chamber Winds
Concerts Set

Detroit Chamber Winds will
perform "Classic to Neo-Clas-
sic" 8 p.m. March 25 at the Lila
Jones-Johnson Theatre in Royal
Oak. The performance will fea-
ture classical masterpieces by
Mozart contrasted with Stravin-
sky's neo-classic 20th century
masterpiece, the Octet for Wind

Instruments.
Tickets may be purchased by
telephoning Detroit Chamber
Winds, 362-2622.
Detroit Chamber Winds'
Nightnotes series will return to
Hagopian World of Rugs 8:30
p.m. April 1 with a "Classical
Reunion," reuniting musical
colleagues Debra Fayroian, Pa-
tricia McCarty and Maria
Meirelles. The trio will be joined
by violinist Jennifer Ross in a
concert featuring the Brahms
Piano Quartet, op. 25.
Refreshments are served at
8 p.m. For reservations, call
Mary Okun, 362-2622.

WSU Stages
Two Operas

Wayne State University's Mu-
sic Department will present the
operas Suor Angelica by Giaco-
mo Puccini and Gallantry by
Douglas Moore, both to be per-
formed March 25-26. The per-
formance time is 8 p.m. in the
Community Arts Auditorium
located behind the Emma
Lazaroff Schaver Music Build-
ing on Cass Ave. between Ferry

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and Kirby. There is a charge.
The performance on March
26 will be a special celebration
of the 75th Anniversary of the
WSU Music Department. This
will include performances and
appearances by Music Dept.
alumni who have excelled in
their careers.
For information, call the
Music Office, 577-1795.

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Flavio Varani
In Concert

Brazilian-born pianist Flavio
Varani will join the Lafayette
String Quartet in a concert of
chamber works by Mozart,
Adaskin, and Dvorak at the
University of Michigan Muse-
um of Art April 8 at 8 p.m. This
is the final concert in the Mu-
seum's 1993-94 Chamber Con-
cert Season. Prior to the concert,
Museum of Art director William
Hennessey will give a half-hour
gallery tour of works of visual
art that relate to the music on
the program. The tour will
begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased by
phone, 747-0521. •

Players
Stage Comedy

The Village Players of Birm-
ingham will present Alone To-
gether by Lawrence Roman. A
battle on the home front makes
up this comedy about parenting
and growing up.
The show dates are March
25, 26, 27 (matinee), April 1, 2.
Curtain time is 8 p.m. — except
the matinee which is 2 p.m.
Tickets are available at the
door, but reservations are rec-
ommended. They may be made
by calling The Players, 644-
2075. The theater is located at
752 Chestnut Street on the cor-
ner of Hunter Boulevard, south
of Maple Road.

Creativity
Talk Set

The Bloomfield Township Li-
brary will host Russel Cameron,
a CEO who earned a master's
of fine arts in sculpture at age
70, in a program March 22 at
7:30 p.m. titled "An Open Mind
Sparks Creative Thinking."
Mr. Cameron, who is 75, will
discuss the importance of think-
ing and dreaming creatively in
both art and business. He also
will emphasize his belief that
all products should have mean-
ing.
The Bloomfield Township
Library is at 1099 Lone Pine
Road at Telegraph.

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