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The next musical program at Temple would head in different directions.
Rottenberg, a performer in the
Israel is titled "Sisters in Song," but
Detroit area since 1975, is an assis-
that's only a partial description.
tant music professor at Madonna
Joining sisters Cantor Lori Corsin
University in Livonia.
and guitarist Helene Rottenberg is
"I always thought becoming a can-
flutist Susan Lazar.
tor was a good
choice for Lori,"
"She has an
pieces written by
to her singing
Corsin, begins 3
and can find sta-
bility in being a
"Lori lived in
Jewish music, the
New York for a
Sisters Helene Rottenberg left, and
time, and I'm
sored by the
Lori Corsin pelfirm at Temple Israel.
glad she moved
back home. I
like performing with her, and I
mix classics, folk numbers,
think we do well together because
Sephardic selections and a modern
we've worked together for so long.
In light of the current problems in
"When we were going to
the world, we're going to do a song
Southfield High School, we used to
sing folk songs together just for
— Suzanne Chessler
fun," says Rottenberg, the older sis-
ter. "Lori always loved performing,
and she was alWays better than me.
"Sisters in Song" begins 3 p.m.
When she sings something moving,
Sunday, March 30, at Temple
she can make me cry."
Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake Road,
The two sisters, who went on to
West Bloomfield. Tickets are com-
study at the University of Michigan,
plimentary but must be reserved
never doubted their choice for
by calling (248) 661-5700.
careers in music although they
25. $7.50. (248) 349-8110.
Bear in the Blue House Live's all-
new touring show, It's a First Time
for Everything, featuring Mark
Saltzman and U-M grad Rebecca
Schubart, visits Detroit's Masonic
Temple Theatre March 27-30. Call for
show times. $9-$24. (313) 872-1000.
THE ART SCENE
Paint Creek Center for the Arts
presents WithDrawn, a juried exhibi-
tion showing the diversity of drawing
as a medium, through April 12.
Among the more than a dozen fea-
tured artists are Deborah Friedman
and Marilyn Schechter of West
Bloomfield and Ray Katz of Pontiac.
The 22nd annual Audrey Levy
Spring Art Fair takes place 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
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Sunday, March 22-23, at Washtenaw
Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann
Arbor-Saline Road. $5. (800) 888-
The 85th annual Builders Home
Show takes place noon-9 p.m. Friday,
9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m.-6
p.m. Sunday, March 21-23, at Cobo
Center. $6-$7/under 12 free. (248)
The Friends of the Bloomfield
Township Public Library host the
Spring 2000 Used Book Sale 6-9
p.m. Friday (preview night), 9:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, noon-5 p.m.
Sunday and 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday
($4 per bag), March 21-24, at the
library, located at Lone Pine at
Telegraph Road in Bloomfield Hills.
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