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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-02-07

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At 8 p.m. Friday,
Feb. 8, in the Music
Box at the Max M
Fisher Music Center
in Detroit, Chamber
Music Society of
Detroit presents

Side by Side Quartets, in which the vet-
eran American String Quartet (includ-
ing violist Daniel Avshalomov and vio-
linist Peter Winograd) and the young
Aeolus Quartet (including violinist
Rachel Shapiro) each will perform and
discuss works by composers they have
worked with personally; $20/$10 stu-
dents. The American String Quartet
will take the stage in a more traditional
CMSD concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
9, in the Seligman Performing Arts
Center in Beverly Hills, playing pieces
by Haydn, Janacek and Beethoven and
preceded by a 6:45 p.m. preconcert
recital by the Aeolus Quartet. $30-
$60/$15-$24 students. (248) 855-6070;
chambermusicdetroit.org .
University Musical Society hosts the
Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet,
whose flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bas-
soon players have redefined the sound of
the classic ensemble, at 8 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 9, at Rackham Auditorium in Ann
Arbor. U-M Professor Martin Katz will
join the quintet on piano for Poulenc's
Sextet for Wind Quintet and Piano. $26-
$50. (734) 764-2538; ums.org.


Eclectic pop band Maroon 5, headed
by lead singer Adam Levine, takes the
stage at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, at
the Palace of Auburn Hills. Levine, who
has branched out as a coach on NBC's
reality singing competition The Voice
and is making his first forays into act-
ing, recently hosted Saturday Night Live,
where he was "judged" on his comedy
chops by Andy Samberg, Cameron Diaz
and Jerry Seinfeld.
"I should be your coach:' said
Seinfeld. "I get you ... appealing, not as
Jewish as your name. When it comes to
your comedy, be smart, be clever, be one
step ahead of the audience, that's where
you use your Jewishness." $29.50-$79.50;
(800) 745-3000; palacenet.com .


The Tony Award-winning Broadway
musical Fela!, based on the life of ground-
breaking African composer, performer
and activist Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, returns
to Music Hall Center for the Performing
Arts 8 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 2 and 8
p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 12-17. $30-
$100. (313) 877-8501; ticketmaster.com .

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At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb.
12, the film The Purple
Gang, the story of the only
Jewish crime organization
to completely control the
criminal underworld of a
major city (Detroit), will
screen at the Berman Center
for the Performing Arts. Scheduled
to appear is the film's writer-director-
producer H.G. Manos. $10.
(248) 661-1900; theberman.org

Starter Toast: Sparkling Rose

Course One

Butternut Squash Soup
Toasted Hazelnut-Rum Cream
- Or -
Spinach Salad
Lingonberry Vinaigrette, Granola Clusters, Goat Cheese, Roasted Grapes
- Or -
Poached Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail

Course Two


Red Miso Glazed Salmon
Marinated Seaweed Salad, Wasabi Mashed Potato, Ginger Sauce
Medallions of Beef
Challah Pain Perdu, Roast Pepper Watercress Salad, Chop Sauce
- Or -
Miller Farm Amish Chicken
Roasted Wild Mushroom and Boursin Risotto

Operating under the slogan "two dozen
comedians, a bunch of movies, thousands
of laughs — and 200 inches of snow:' the

Traverse City Winter Comedy Festival

returns to northern Michigan Thursday-
Sunday, Feb. 14-17, hosted once again
by founders Michael Moore and Jeff
Garlin. This year's festival includes many
family activities and an appearance by
Susie Essman, who just happens to play
Garlin's character's wife, Susie Green, on
Curb Your Enthusiasm. Information and
schedule of events: (231) 944-3040;

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The Motown Winter Blast returns to
Detroit's Campus Martius Feb. 8-10 with
live performances and free family enter-
tainment including skating, snowshoe-
ing and hockey games sponsored by the
Detroit Red Wings. Details: winterblast.
Two Muses Theatre presents Tom
McCabe's Who's Afraid of the Big Bad
Wolf a combination of The Three Little
Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood, with
the big bad wolf stuck between the two
stories, Saturdays and Sundays, Feb.
9-24, in the theater inside Barnes &
Noble Booksellers in West Bloomfield.
Advance tickets: $10/$8 children 3-10;
if purchasing at the door, add $2. Show
times and tickets: (248) 850-9919;

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WSU's Cohn-Haddow Center for Jewish
Studies hosts historians Ken Waltzer
(MSU), Andrew Port (WSU) and David
Weinberg (WSU) in a presentation
titled European Jewry on the Eve of
the Holocaust, a discussion of the chal-
lenges facing the central Jewish commu-
nities of France, Germany and Poland
as they attempted to maintain their
rich and vibrant life under threatening
conditions, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12,
at the Holocaust Memorial Center in
Farmington Hills. Free admission. (313)
577-2679; judaicstudies.wayne.edu .

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