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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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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-
DECO.
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.

Venice Baroque
Orchestra

Andrea Marcon

conductor and harpsichord

Giuliano Carmignola

baroque violin

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for a complete brochure.
Writer/producer/director Harvey
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
Nov. 1.

Lorraine Hunt

and

Li eberson mezzo-soprano

Garrick Ohlsson

Robert Tweten

piano

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

Piano Quintet.

Concerto in E-flat Major for Violin

PROGRAM

and Strings, RV 257

Concerto in F Major for Violin, Strings and

Continuo, RV 286

Four Seasons

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.

Sponsored by

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

piano .

Wed 10/23 8 pm

Sun 10/20 7 pm

Sun 10/13 7:30 pm

National City.

Beethoven String Quartet in A Major,

Op. 18, No. 5 (1800)



Ravel

String Quartet in F Major

Dohnonyi

Piano Quintet No. 1 in c minor

(1902-03)

Presented with the generous support of

(1895)

Beverley and Gerson Geitner and Michael Allemang.

WHATNOT

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

Takcics Quartet

Sponsored by

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SuROVELL

MUM-TORS

Medea Sponsor WGTE 91.3 FM

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THE BEAN DUDE

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2002

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