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While certainly proud of being
Jewish, Winters wasn't very observant.
So, it's interesting that her daughter,
whose father was
Italian Catholic
actor Vittorio
Gassman, appar-
ently found her
own way to being
a devout Jew.
Meanwhile, the
Los
Angeles Times
Shelley Winters
had a wonderful
story on Randol
Schoenberg, 39, the lawyer who won
the case that secured the ownership
rights of Maria Altmann, 89, to
Gustav Klimt paintings valued at $250
million. Altmann's Viennese Jewish
uncle, a highly cultured patron of the
arts, once owned the masterpieces.
They included a very famous portrait
of Adele Bloch Bauer, Altmann's
aunt.
As reported in many papers, the
Nazis seized the paintings, and the
Austrian government used a legal pre-
text to not return them after the war.
However, this month an Austrian arbi-
tration panel ruled in Altmann's favor,

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and Eric Zeisel.
He is very familiar with the great
Viennese Jewish cultural flowering
that the Nazis, with plenty of Austrian
help, destroyed.
Schoenberg took the case despite
the fact he had just gone into practice
for himself, other lawyers said it was
almost hopeless, and he would not get
paid unless Altmann won.
The California lawyer won a U.S.
Supreme Court decision that led to
the Austrians offering a quick, impar-
tial arbitration in Austria to end the
case. Schoenberg took a chance
accepting the arbitration, but he knew
the law and facts were on his side and
this was the only way for Altmann to
get justice before she died.



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Portnyansky's show in Southfield
brings professional and personal
milestones to celebrate. It will be 10
years since she came to Detroit for
the first time and one day after her
birthday, which leaves her close to
40.
"I'm proud to be a Jewish singer,"
says Portnyansky, a cantor for 13
years. "I will have a new recording of
cantorial music released in 2006, and
I'm glad to represent Jewish music as
a part of world classical music."

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February 2 a 2006

Svetlana Portnyansky has been a
cantor for 13 years.

"I want people all over the world
to hear the beauty of Jewish music,"
says the mezzo-soprano, who has
appeared on prestigious American
stages, including Carnegie Hall in
New York and the Greek Theatre in

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at Congregation Shaarey
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Southfield. $30-$50. Tickets
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Oak Park- and West
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