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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-06

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Mozart's Symphony No. 27.
Mellow, who has been with
the DSO since 1980, remem-
bers the emotional impact of
the attack and the time it
took to restore his footing.
The violist, who has played
Kol Nidre as a member of the
Birmingham Temple, also
thinks of music as an impor-
tant part of the Jewish tradi-
DSO violist Glenn Mellow and violinist Laurie
tion and he takes his talents
Landers Goldman will participate in a 9-11 DSO
into another group, the
concert conducted by Itzhak Perlman.
Sonnet Quartet, which will
perform Sept. 17 at Oakland
"Finale" from Mahler's Symphony No. 3.
University.
"A school of music is an expression
As Goldman approaches the 9-11
of the community, and we wanted to
concert, she recalls that Leonard
provide this opportunity for expression

Bernstein performed the same
and being together," says Kiesler, also
Beethoven piece just after the Berlin
music director of the New Hampshire
Wall came down.
Symphony Orchestra and conductor
"That was about freedom, and
laureate of the Illinois Symphony
Americans are reinforcing their com-
Orchestra and Illinois Chamber
mitment to freedom," says
Orchestra. "There will
Goldman, in her 12th season
be a candlelight vigil
with the DSO. "Music is a
after the performance."
way to connect all of us."
Kiesler led a program
Although Goldman, a
last year, when the
member of Hadassah, will
orchestra's regular
always remember learning
rehearsals just after the
about her father's feelings
tragedy gave rise to the
about living in New York
idea. The musical jour-
and seeing one of the planes
ney then went from a
hit, the violinist recalls more
prayerful beginning to
personally the mood of the
theological optimism.
instrumentalists at that time.
This year, the program
"The orchestra had a very
will be more unifying
U-M Professor of
bonding experience being
than mournful.
Conducting Kenneth
together last year, and I
"We chose familiar
Kiesler leads "9-11:
know we're all going to be
choral music because we
In
Remembrance"
at
reflecting on that," says
wanted the concert to
the Power Center in
Goldman, who has been a
be open to any singer in
Ann Arbor.
member of the Toledo and
the community," says
Flint symphonies and the
Kiesler, who regularly
Santa Fe Opera. "I'll always
conducts the Jerusalem and Haifa sym-
associate that day with being at work."
phony orchestras and has commissioned

Worship Through Music

Kenneth Kiesler, director of orchestras
and professor of conducting at the
University of Michigan School of
Music, will lead "9-11: In
Remembrance," a community pro-
gram at the Power Center for the
Performing Arts on Sept. 11.
Featuring the University Symphony
Orchestra, University Philharmonia
Orchestra, Chamber Choir, University
Choir, Orpheus Singers, School of Music
faculty members and singers from Ann
Arbor, the concert includes Zaninelli's
arrangement for the "Star Spangled
Banner," Mozart's "Lacrymosa" from
ReqUiem, Randall Thompson's "Finale"
from The Testament of Freedom and the

work by Israeli composers.
"I think that music is the greatest
expression of human drama and has
rare transformative power. It can be
touching, healing and uplifting, and
it's the closest thing to the power of
being together in worship." ❑

On Wednesday, Sept. 11, Concert
for America runs 9-11 p.m. on
NBC. The DSO, conducted by
Itzhak Perlman, performs 8 p.m. at
the Detroit Opera House (the pro-
gram repeats Sept. 12 and 14),
$20-$80; (313) 576-5111. "9-11:
In Remembrance" begins 8 p.m. at
Ann Arbor's Power Center for the
Performing Arts; free admission.

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