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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-02

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MAY 9

2013

Thursday, May 9 • 1 p.m.
Elaine Serling presents
"Music, Memories and More"

Tuesday, May 14 • 1 p.m.
Elaine Serling presents
"Music, Memories and More"

Jewish Community Center • Oak Park

Elaine Serling performs the music of Jewish composers whose
songs and contributions have become Yiddish treasures, Broadway
hits and musical film classics, and, as a songwriter and educator
for more than four decades herself, brings her original work to
the stage.
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(Reservations required; please contact The Berman box office)

Thursday, May 9 • 7:30 p.m.
"Made in the Motor City"
featuring the Michigan Board of Cantors

Performance underwritten by the
William and Audrey Farber Family Fund

Join members of the Michigan Board of Cantors as they perform hit
songs written, produced or published in the Motor City.
Center member: $31 • Non-member: $41

(Reservations required; please contact The Berman box office)

Saturday, May 18 • 8:30 p.m.
"Rock of Ages: The Jewish Side
of Pop Music"
featuring Fifty Amp Fuse
hosted by Gary Graff

Be ready to rock as award-winning music journalist Gary Graff
and Fifty Amp Fuse present a history of Jewish contributions
to popular contemporary music, from visionary executives and
producers to hit-making Brill Building songwriters and scores
of artists.
Center member: $26 • Non-member: $31

Sunday, May 19 • 1 p.m.

Saturday, May 11 • 8:30 p.m.
1'/-11 EWA IN
honoring Karen & Todd Sachse
Performance by
Ethan Daniel Davidson

Marc Rossio aka
"The Marvelous Toy"

Program underwritten by
Sallyjo & H. Barry Levine

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Ethan Daniel Davidson's music is like storytelling. His voice is
clear and strong, and his songs are filled with tales of mountains
and valleys, blacksmiths and banjos, cheap hotels, millionaires,
lonesome hound clogs, curses, blessings and warnings.
Center member: $31 • Non-member: $41

Sunday, May 12 • 7 p.m.
"Witches of Lublin"
with Tovah Feldshuh

Marion & David Handleman Hall
h General admission
Marc Rossio delivers an upbeat and exciting program for children
(recommended ages 3-7) and adults alike! Inspired by a Tom
Paxton song, he performs as "The Marvelous Toy," which "went
`zip' when it moved and 'bop' when it stopped and 'whirr' when
it stood still" — just like Rossio's own magical concerts.
$4 per person • $12 per family

1r Sunday, May 19 • 7 p.m.
Mikey Pauker
and Diwon,
with guest
Josh Goldberg

Tovah Feldshuh 's performance
underwritten by Sallyjo & H. Barry Levine

Followed by Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi

A tragic tale of love, revenge, faith and music comes alive in a
concert reading of the award-winning "Witches of Lublin" radio-
style play. Starring Tony and Emmy award-winning actress Tovah
Feldshuh and supported by klezmer legend Yale Strom, "Witches of
Lublin" includes a Prairie Home Companion-style play with actors,
musicians and sound effects artists.
Center member: $31 • Non-member: $41

Mikey Pauker, Diwon and Josh Goldberg work to
make Jewish crossover music that matters: a hip-hop,
rock and world-beat electronic groove that is deep
and uplifting. $15 per person

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All events take place at The Berman Center for
the Performing Arts, unless otherwise noted.
For tickets, please contact 248.661.1900
or theberman.org.

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CENTER

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building
D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building
A. Alfred Taubman Jewish
Eugene & Marcia Applebaum
Community Campus
Jewish Community Campus
15110 W. Ten Mile Road
6600 W. Maple Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237
West Bloomfield, MI 48322

For complete information on all these performances,
visit us at www.jcaletorg/musicfest
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