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February 10, 1995 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-10

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"Great Russian Romantics"

Sunday, February 26, 1995 • 3:30 p.m.
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK
27375 Bell Rd. • Southfield
(off 11 Mile Rd. between Lahser & Telegraph)
Sponsored by Franklin Bank

Guest Artists — The Moscow String Quartet
(currently Artists-In-Residence at the
University of Denver)

Roslyn Rock, Bruce Brown

Roslyn's in Applegate Square.
Bruce Brown, the Midwest
Gottex representative, was on
hand for the trunk showing of
the spring collection of bathing
suits that were inspired by the
opulence of ancient cultures. As
always, Gottex's colors and fab-
rics were rich and exotic.

Eugenia Alikhanova, violin
Valentina Alykova, violin
Tatiana Kohanovskaya, viola
Olga Ogranovich, cello
Borodin
Quartet #2 in D for strings
Shostakovich Piano Quintet
Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence for
String Sextet

ART & FASHION

Bill Krout and Barry Shul-
man of Decades in Royal Oak re-
port that the newest thing in
fashion is electronic fashion pins
with blinking lights. They are
sold exclusively at Decades.
Ariana Gallery will have an
exhibition of Art Deco antique
posters through March 3.
Hannah Rose will model
spring fashions informally at
Brazil Coffee House 9 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 16.
An African Art show is now on
exhibit at Objects of Art. El

MOSCOW STRING

QUARTET

"Intonation, strength, ensemble,
dynamics, tonal sheen, the ladies from
Moscow possess all the things a
world-class string quartet should have."

Also featuring LCE artists:
Marcy Chanteaux, cello
Fedora Horowitz, piano
Machin Zhang, viola

SINGLE TICKETS:

Jeff Bradley, Denver Post

Main Floor A, $18; Main Floor B, $15

Entertainment '95 Coupons F85 & F86 valid for purchase of two tickets for the price of one

Siskel And Ebert
To Appear At DIA

COCKTAILS
STEAKS, SEAFOOD,
DAILY SPECIALS!

TRY OUR

SUNDAY BRUNCH

10:30-2:30

ENTERTAINMENT
FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Now APPEARING —
BILL STREET

2555 W. 12 MILE AT COOLIDGE (810) 399-6750

AIM

COMING SOON

SIAM SPICY H

Joe Muer s Restaurant

is pleased to announce a
Dinner-Theatre package

f eaturing

LES MISERABLES
1995)

(February 1-17,

Our package includes:
Dinner and Dessert
Tax and Gratuity
Main floor sealing and Round-trip shuttle service

Weekdays ,:100.00 per person
Weekends S110.00 per person

AUTHENTIC THAI CUISINE

32425 Northwestern (Bet. Middlebelt & 14 Mile) • 626-2092

Vis:t Our Other Siam Spicy Location, 2438 Woodward, Royal Oak • 545-4305

Call

FEBRUARY

On Thursday, March 9, the Cin-
ematic Arts Council (CAC) will
present "An Evening with Siskel
and Ebert." Popular movie crit-
ics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert
will appear on stage at the
Detroit Institute of Arts for a
fund-raising event to benefit the
continuing restoration and pres-
ervation of the Detroit Institute
of Arts Auditorium.
Siskel and Ebert will discuss
movie gossip, chit-chat and will
make their Oscar predictions.
Adding to the evening's enter-
tainment will be a silent auction
of movie posters and other excit-
ing movie memorabilia.
The event will be held in the
DIA Auditorium located on the
John R side of the museum.
There will be complimentary
wine and cash bar in the Crystal
Gallery both before and after the
event. The doors will open at 6
p.m. for the silent auction. The
program will begin at 7 p.m. with
a special screening.
Advance tickets may be pur-
chased in person or by calling the
DIA Ticket Office at (313) 833-
2323.

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE FOR GROUPS
OF 10 OR MORE! CALL (810) 357-1111 TODAY!

For Reservations

Deanna at

(313) 331-8527

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