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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-02

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Weituality

Temple Israel Sisterhood Presents

ART FAIR 2003

LOVE AND HARMONY from page 45

Outstanding works of Art and Merchandise
from the USA & Israel

Sunday & Monday, May 4th & 5th

10 a.m. to 4p.m.

at Temple Israel, 5725 Walnut Lake Rd. W. Bloomfield • 248.661.5700

Lunch available at our Temple Avenue Café

LEGACY JEWELRY
is a proud to Support Temple Israel Sisterhood by donating 10% of
every purchase made at LEGACY JEWELRY
from May 3rd through 10th to ART WITH A HEART.
Legacy Jewelry is located at 32800 Franklin Road • 248.626.1885

ART WITH A HEART

In support of Israeli Artists and the many other causes
Sisterhood supports both locally and globally

$3.00 Admission at the door. Visa & Mastercard accepted

705750

Rabbi Sherwin Wine

will present a three pari series on threeMonday evenings in May

Jetvs, Religion, and the World

As part of the Fortieth Anniversary Celebration
of the Birmingham Temple

May 5th, 8:30 PM
May 12th, 8:30 PM
May 19th, 8:30 PM

1963

2003

The Jews: A Provocative People
Religion: Tradition or Innovation

The World: Globalism or Racial Confrontation

1963

The Birmingham Temple
28611 West Twelve Mile Road
Farmington Hills, Ml 48331

2003

(between Inkster and Middlebelt Roads)

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

C El E. 1112 A "1' N C u,

r

A 1? S

248-477-1410

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

(71,. 1.1.11 It AT1NC •10 YFAHS

Men's Club of Congregation Beth Shalom

Richard Racusin,

5/2
2003

46

for his service to club, congregation,
and community on May 14, 2003.

THANK
YOU
FOR YOUR BUSINESS

DurRorr JEWISH NEWS

Garza, who graduated from
Interlochen Arts Academy and
Juilliard, also studied at the
Manhattan School of Music. After
their first meeting as undergradu-
ates, she and Michaels became a
couple when both independently
signed up for a summer program in
opera in Italy.
"It was the most romantic place
.on earth," Michaels says.
Now that he's working full-time
at Temple Israel, the 30-year-old
baritone can't spare the time to
complete a formal cantorial pro-
gram..However, a person can
become a .cantor with five years of
congregational experience, if he or
she passes strenuous oral and writ-
ten tests, and Michaels is seriously
considering this option.
"It's been easy to step into the
role of cantor under the mentorship
of Cantor Corrsin," Michaels says.
To increase his fluency and bring
more depth and understanding to
his role at the temple, he is studying .
Hebrew with the Agency for Jewish
Education's Nira Lev. In addition,
he hopes to work with Cantor
Sholom Kalib of Farmington Hills.
Cantor Kalib is author of the
Thesaurus of Synagogue Music of the
East European Community.
Although the May 8 show, The
Best of Broadway, isn't billed as a
performance of Jewish music, it
includes works by most of the
Jewish luminaries of 20th-century
musical theater. Among the Jewish
composers on the program are
Irving Berlin, Jerry Herman, Frank
Loesser, Leonard Bernstein and Jule
Styne. Also included will be the
music of Cole Porter and Andrew
Lloyd Weber. Concertgoers will hear
familiar melodies from Guys And
Dolls, Annie Get Your Gun, Camelot,
Gypsy and other classic shows.
In the Temple Israel tradition, the
1:30 p.m. performance is dedicated
to senior citizens, with groups being
bused in from various sites.
The 7 p.m. show is a fund-raiser
for an Israeli family adopted by the
synagogue's fourth-graders through
the Mishpachah Achat (One Family)
program, which assists victims of
terrorism in the Jewish state. ❑

Tickets for the 7 p.m. concert on
Thursday, May 8, are $18. Call
Pauline Michaels at Temple Israel,
(248) 661-5700.

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