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Robert Tuttle, clarinetist, will ap-
pear in Temple Israel's next
Schmier Chapel Chamber Con-
cert on Sunday, April 23, at 7:30
p.m. He will be accompanied on
the piano by David Mead.
Mr. Tuttle was one of 10 fi-
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nalists in the Buffet North Amer-
ican Clarinet Competition at
Northwestern University. He
launched his career with the
First Prize in the 1993 Ima Hogg
National Young Artists' Compe-
tition, as well as winning the
Grand Prize in the 1993
Kingsville International Young
Performer's Competition and the
1993 Presser Music Award. As a
recitalist and chamber musician,
he has appeared as soloist with
the Houston Symphony, the Cor-
pus Christi Symphony Orches-
tra and the Texas Festival
Orchestra and was heard on a
live radio broadcast in Chicago
with his performance on the
Dame Myra Hess Concert Series.
For information and compli-
mentary tickets, call the temple
office, (810) 661-5700.
The Birmingham Theatre will
host the talents of Tamara
Gverdtsiteli in concert Saturday
April 22, at 8 p.m.
Ms. Gverdtsiteli, a Russian
singer, will perform in English,
French, Russian and Hebrew.
Her repertoire includes some of
Edith Piaf's memorable songs.
She also sings standards of
Gershwin, Sondheim and Bern-
stein as well as traditional eth-
nic folk songs.
Ms. Gverdtsiteli will be ac-
companied by the Russian group
Arsenal directed by the Russian
jazz musician Alexei Kozlov.
Tickets for the one night only
performance range in price from
$35 to $15. They are available at
the Birmingham Theatre (810)
644-3533: Ticketmaster (810)