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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-06-11

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'An Evening Of Song,
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Chabad hosts boys choir in program
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M Generation sings about many subjects, including peace, childhood

and community work.

Suzanne Chessler

Special to the Jewish News

A

young generation of singers
and dancers —dubbed M
Generation — will be the
entertainment at "An Evening of Song,
Speech & Vision," hosted by Chabad
Lubavitch of Michigan Tuesday eve-
ning, June 16, at the Rock Financial
Showplace in Novi.
M Generation, an award-winning,
New York-based boys choir that sings
in several languages and dances to
upbeat music, will offer some lighter
fare to complement the speech of
Yehuda Avner, who has served Israel in
several capacities, including ambassa-
dor to Australia, and now is a member
of the Ambassadorial Appointments
Committee.
The dinner event is dedicated to the
memory of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
"Our songs are performed in a
Jewish modern style to recorded
music:' says Boris Rukiter, founder, art
director and composer of most of the
selections presented by the 12 boys
between the ages of 5 and 12. "We do
about 10 performances a year, and this
will be our first time in Michigan."
M Generation, which is a project
of the Chabad organization Friends
of Refugees of Eastern Europe, won
first place in the 2003 International
Chanukiah Awards in Germany, where

the competition featured Jewish enter-
tainers from 17 countries.
"The songs are mostly not religious,
and we sing them in English, Hebrew,
Yiddish and Russian:' says Rukiter,
who auditions interested youngsters.
"The boys sing about many subjects,
including peace, childhood and com-
munity work."
Choir members can spend 10 hours
each week in rehearsal under the lead-
ership of Rukiter and choreographer
Ganna Makarova.
Kailand Novak, 12, a sixth-grader,
hopes to be an actor and singer and
appreciates the performance opportu-
nities he gets through the choir.
Songs range from Rukiter's "Shalom"
to the Beatles' "When I'm 64:'
"It's fun to be with all the kids
and do the hip-hop moves': explains
the youngster, who joined after his
grandmother saw an article about the
group. "I've been able to travel and
see Hollywood, Boston, Toronto and
Chicago."
Kailand says that when M
Generation goes to other cities, the
members spend the first day getting
settled, the next day performing and
the final day looking around.
"To learn songs in other languages,
we go over each word and what it
means;' Kailand says. "When we travel,
we get new religious experiences and
are treated very war ❑

"An Evening of Song, Speech & Vision" begins 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 16,
at Rock Financial Showplace, 46100 Grand River, in Novi. $36. (248)
877-7978; www.chabadmi.com

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