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Music Study Club will present
pianist Fazil Say on Sunday Nov.
12, at 3 p.m. at the Berkley High
Auditorium in its Annual Artist
Concert to benefit music schol-
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WILL BE TREASURED FOREVER!
Break a colorful glass vessel at Your Wedding
Ceremony and Save the Shards. The glass
pieces will be integrated into an exquisite Star
of David, Mezuzah, Kiddish Cup or Menorah.
This object D'art will be a cherished reminder
of your Wedding Day.
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Born in Turkey in 1970, Mr.
Say studied piano and composi-
tion at the State Conservatory,
won a German Academic Schol-
arship for study in Dusseldorf's
Robert Schuman Institute where
he studied with David Levine,
and is currently on the Berlin
Conservatory faculty. He was
winner of the first European
Young Concert Auditions in
Leipzig, the 1995 New York
Young Concert Artists Interna-
tional Auditions and he has ap-
peared as soloist with the Berlin
Symphony and in Ankara and
Tickets (admitting two) range
from $30 to $250. Call Joan Rose,
(810) 543-2036, for information.
Plymouth community groups will
help the Plymouth Symphony
Orchestra celebrate its 50th sea-
son at its opening concert on Sun-
day, Oct. 15, at 3 p.m. in the
Plymouth Salem High School Au-
ditorium. The concert, titled,
"Come Home to Plymouth," will
be a replay of the very first per-
formance given by the Sympho-
ny in 1946.
Alumni of the Orchestra have
been invited to perform with the
orchestra for this occasion. Scott
Yoo, New York's award-wirming
violinist will be featured.
After the concert, an afterglow
will be held at John Cleveland's
Water Club Grill, 39500 E. Ann
Arbor Road in Plymouth at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $10
for seniors; and $6 for children.
Afterglow tickets are $5. For in-
formation or tickets, call the Ply-
mouth Symphony Office, (313)