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Making Music

Israeli teen musicians share talents with Ann Arbor
day school students.

Ann Arbor

T

eenage musicians from the
Ann Arbor-Detroit
Partnership 2000 Region in
Israel's Central Galilee
spent time with students at the
Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor.
The young adults participated in the
Excellence In Music Project Dec. 2
sponsored by the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit. This program
offers exceptionally talented young
musicians from the Central Galilee
opportunities to further develop their
skills. The young adults comel'from a
variety of backgrounds including reli-
gious and secular Jews, new immi-
grants and Israeli Arabs.
Included in the group were Fadi
Chadad, 18, of Nazareth on the piano
and Michael Diskin, 18, of Nazareth
Illit on the tenor saxophone; Atara
Frish, 17, lead singer; Gal Ben David,
16, on the flute; Yochanan Liberman,

16, on the cello and Nitay
Herskowitz, 15, on the clarinet.
The musicians played both Hebrew
and English selections, including jazz
and classical pieces. The Hebrew Day
School students sang along with the
Hebrew songs, and then performed a
few of their own songs for their guests.
After the sharing of music, there was
sharing of ideas. One HDS student, in
perfect Hebrew, asked the teenagers
what they liked and disliked about
Israel. While they don't like the ten-
sion from terrorists, they love their
country, its people, its culture, its
weather and the opportunities they
have to play music with one another.
HDS students have an ongoing rela-
tionship with students in the Central
Galilee, specifically with the school in
Nahalal. Letters, books, artwork and
videos have been exchanged over the
past few years.



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Left: Michael Diskin of Nazareth Illit
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Below: Flutist Gal Ben David of Timrat
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Day School of Ann Arbor students
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