02/03 UMS Fall Season
OUT & ABOUT from page 81
1920s and 1930s and classic mod-
ernist works from later decades distin-
guish the Great Lakes Modernism
Show and Sale, coming to the
Southfield Civic Center 11 a.n-1.-7
p.m. Saturday and 11.a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 19-20; $8. Running 7-
10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, is an early
buying preview and gala hosted by
Detroit Area Art Deco Society, which
will feature a booth showing the work
of early Cranbrook artists; $60
advance/$70 at the door. (800) 582-
Huntington Woods "Friends of the
Arts" presents its third annual
Huntington Woods Art Hop, a unique
arts and crafts show and sale of the
work of 50 Michigan artists in the
homes of 18 Huntington Woods
artists, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and
noon-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26-27.
Artists include jewelers Paul and Nancy
Garber, potter Anita Mann, watercol-
orist Sherry Foster, mosaic artist
Maxine Gardner and more. Proceeds
go to Huntington Woods 'Art in the
City" projects. Two-day admission:
$5/available at the Huntington Woods
Library, 26415 Scotia, in advance or
day of. (248) 543-9720.
An exhibit of photography by
Monte Nagler will be on display Oct.
21-Nov. 2 at Barnes & Noble in West
Bloomfield. Nagler discusses works
from his private collection 7 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 25, and : 1 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 26. (248) 626-6804.
conductor and harpsichord
for a complete brochure.
Ovshinsky presents his workshop
"How to Complete Your First Movie
Script in Six Months" 7-10 p.m. on
the last Monday of each month begin-
ning Oct. 28 at the Birmingham
Community House. (248) 644-5832.
ArtServe Michigan presents The
Business of Being an Artist workshop
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2,
at the Urban Institute of
Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids.
$20 members/$25 nonmembers/$15
students. (248) 557-8288.
Out & About and Star Shpiel return
Li eberson mezzo-soprano
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre • Ann Arbor
Rackham Auditorium • Ann Arbor
St. Francis of Assisi
"The depth of the Takdcs's interpretations,
Catholic Church • Ann Arbor
matched with its superlative virtuosic
technique and a consistently warm,
brilliance and evocative moods of the
velvety tone, made an attractive case to
Italian Baroque style that flourished in
name it preeminent among active strong
eighteenth-century Venice, the Venice
quartets." (Washington Post) This perfor-
Baroque Orchestra brings fresh energy
mance features the half-Hungarian,
to this All-Vivaldi program.
half-British Takfics Quartet with UMS
Sinfonia in C Major from II Giustino, RV 717
Concerto in g minor for Strings, RV 157
Concerto in E-flat Major for Violin
and Strings, RV 257
Concerto in F Major for Violin, Strings and
Continuo, RV 286
Vocalist of the Year, Lorraine Hunt
Lieberson leaves critics at a loss for
superlatives as a riveting operatic
performer who sings everything from
Baroque to contemporary music.
Distinguished Artist Award recipient
Garrick Ohlsson for Ernst Dohndnyi's
"There isn't a more beautiful voice
before the public today." (Boston
Phoenix) Musical America's 2001
Devoted-to recapturing the dazzling
ALL - VIVALDI PROGRAM
Wed 10/23 8 pm
Sun 10/20 7 pm
Sun 10/13 7:30 pm
Beethoven String Quartet in A Major,
Op. 18, No. 5 (1800)
String Quartet in F Major
Piano Quintet No. 1 in c minor
Presented with the generous support of
Beverley and Gerson Geitner and Michael Allemang.
Native Detroit author Marge Piercy
delivers the keynote address at the 41st
Annual Fall Writers Conference 9
Saturday, Oct. 19, on the campus of
Oakland University in Rochester. Pre-
registration is required; for more infor-
mation about the two-day conference,
call (248) 370-3125, or go to
Medea Sponsor WGTE 91.3 FM
UMS 734.764.2538 www.ums.org
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