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CLASSICAL MYSTERY TOUR
Tony Kishman (Paul McCartney), Tom Teeley (George Harrison}, Callilltie
Grippo (Ringo Starr) and Jim Owen (John Lennon) impersona
e Reaties in
"Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles , "Jan 22-25 ai Orchestra Hall.
FUNDRAISER AT MAX M. FISHER MUSIC CENTER OFFERS BAGELS, LOX AND
"THE BEATLES" WITH THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
Special to the Jewish News
hat could be more fun for the family on
a cold, wintry Sunday afternoon in
January than "It's a Family Affair:
Brunch With the Beatles"? This year's
major fund-raiser for Jewish Home & Aging Services,
sponsored by JHAS's auxiliary and benefactors, will
help to improve the quality of life for Jewish older
The Jan. 25 event, at Detroit's new Max M. Fisher
Music Center, will be a completely new experience for
JHAS supporters and a new type of concert for the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Titled "Classical
Mystery Tour: A Tribute to the Beatles," it is a retro-
spective of the Beatles' many hits that featured orches-
In addition to the Sunday matinee performance, the
concert, featuring Beatles look-alikes who starred in the
original Broadway production of Beatlemania, also will
be staged at Orchestra Hall Thursday through
Saturday evenings, Jan. 22-24.
Martin Hermann, who has led Beatles tributes with
orchestras around the world, will conduct the DSO
with Beatles impersonators Jim Owen (John Lennon),
Tony Kishman (Paul McCartney), Tom Teeley (George
Harrison) and Carmine Grippo (Ringo Starr).
About 300-local Jewish supporters of JHAS are .
expected to join regular DSO concert-goers for the Jan.
25 concert, according to Card Rosenberg, JHAS asso-
ciate director, except that JHAS "will have a bountiful
brunch first and enjoy all of the other trappings that
have made 'It's a Family Affair' fundraisers huge suc-
cesses in the past," she said. "We've had so much inter-
est in this affair that five co-chairpersons are needed to
They include Zina Kramer, Marty Begun and Jill
Stone of Bloomfield Hills; Robin Eisenberg of
Birmingham; and Howard Kowalsky of West
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