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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-05-03

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Catch Grammy-winning pianist Yefim Bronfman at one of four
performances in Michigan this month.

BELATED BIRTHDAY The 250th anniversary of the
birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart fell on Jan. 27, 2006,
but the Michigan Opera Theatre will celebrate it May
12-19, when the company presents Abduction, the work
performed most frequently during the composer's life-
time. The piece, presented in English, makes its MOT
debut as it tells the story of two couples who overcome
the ravages of fate and circumstance to be together. The
hero rescues his love, her maid and the maid's lover
after the three have been abducted by pirates and sold
into slavery. Sopranos Elizabeth Futral (right) and Leah
Partridge divide performances as Konstanze, the cap-
tured lover. Other cast members include Tenor Shawn
Mathey as Belmonte, Amanda Pabyan as Blondchen
and Gregory Fran as Osmin. Steven White is conduc-
tor, and Dona Vaughn is director. Performances are at
7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 12, and Wednesday-Saturday, May 16-19, at the Detroit
Opera House, 1526 Broadway. There also is a performance at 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
May 13. $28-$110. (313) 237-SING.

SCIENCE SOIREE The sixth annual Detroit Science Gala, with dinner and
dancing, goes along with the theme "Medical Marvels," borrowed from the con-
tinuing exhibit "Our Body: The Universe Within." Party guests, buying tickets
to support the museum and its programs, are invited to explore this display as
well as others throughout the center. Guests also can view special shows in the
Dassault Systemes Planetarium and the IMAX Dome Theatre. Festivities start
at 6 p.m. Friday, May 11, at the center, 5020 John R, Detroit, where more than
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FOR A Rmy mOMS AND MORE It's traditional for the Birmingham Fine
Art Festival to be scheduled on Mother's Day weekend, and this year is no excep-
tion. The event that generally kicks off the art fair season in Michigan is set for
Saturday-Sunday, May 12-13, in Shain Park in downtown Birmingham. With
moms in mind, the multimedia artists include jewelry, wearable fibers and hand-
blown glass among their one-of-a-kind offerings. The festival features more
than 200 artists from all over the United States and Canada and is said to attract
nearly 80,000 visitors. The free admission introduces patrons to diverse demon-
strations, with some planned just for children. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday
and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Hosts are the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
and the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber. (248) 644-0866.

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WITHOUT AND WITH ORCHESTRA Pianist Yefim Bronfman has
four performances in Michigan this month. The first is a presentation for the

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