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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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Music, Hanani also presents master class-
es internationally in conjunction with his
frequent concert tours.
"I have 14 very dedicated students
[at the conservatory]," he says. Most
of these students are in master's or
doctoral programs.
"I see them on the way to concerts,
on the way back from concerts," he
adds with a laugh.

Close Encounters

Hanani, who grew up in a home sur-
rounded by music, art and literature,
is also founder and artistic director of
"Close Encounters With Music," a
concert series that combines music
with other forms of artistic expression.

"With music education being cut
almost to nothing, there are professors,
doctors, all kinds of professionals out
there who know nothing about music,"
Hanani says. "And here it is perhaps the
most profound emotion we have.
"We can't teach the way Bernstein
taught in his Young People's Concerts —
`Here is the resolution; here the domi-
nant seventh is useful' — because people
won't know what you're talking about.
"So we must relate music to other
disciplines people are familiar with,
such as literature, political events."
The series' most recent program
took place May 24 at Tanglewood, the
summer home of the Boston
Symphony. Titled "Measure for
Measure: Shakespeare in Music," the
program started with Renaissance,
Classical and Romantic-era works.

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