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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-05-15

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the pogroms of the Russian
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Award-winning
of the most influential
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thinkers of the anarchist
Arts Editor
Bronfman joins
movement and a renowned
Music Director
speaker for workers' rights,
Leonard Slatkin and the Detroit
free speech and feminism in both
Symphony Orchestra for concerts at
Europe and the U.S. during the first half
10:45 a.m. Friday, 8 p.m. Saturday and
of the 20th century, at 8 p.m. Friday and
3 p.m. Sunday, May 16-18, at Detroit's
Saturday, and 3 p.m. Sunday, May 16-18.
Orchestra Hall. Bronfman will per-
$10. (313) 967-0599; matrixtheatre.org .
form Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.
3 in C minor. The program opens with
FAMILY FUN
Krzysztof Penderecki's Jacob's Awakening
and closes with Aaron Copland's
From 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, May 17,
Appalachian Spring. $15. (313) 576-
the Book Beat in Oak Park will par-
5111; dso.org.
ticipate in Indies First Storytime Day,
The Chamber Music Society of
a nationwide event sponsored by the
Detroit concludes its 70th season
American Booksellers Association, in
with a performance by the Zukerman
which authors will visit local indepen-
Chamber Players, featuring celebrated
dent bookstores and read from their
Tel Aviv-born violinist/conductor
favorite children's books. Free. (248)
Pinchas Zukerman, at 8 p.m. Saturday,
968-1190; thebookbeat.com .
May 17, at the Seligman Performing
Arts Center in Beverly Hills. The
THE ART SCENE
program includes works by Mozart
and Brahms. $30-$60/student tickets:
The Birmingham-Bloomfield Art Center
$15-$24/student rush tickets at $10,
in Birmingham hosts the 32nd annual
beginning at 6 p.m. on concert night.
Michigan Fine Arts Competition,
showcasing 110 works of art by 81 art-
(248) 855-6070; chambermusicdetroit.
org.
ists, May 16-July 11. Free opening recep-
The Birmingham-Bloomfield
tion at 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 16. (248)
Symphony Orchestra performs a con-
644-0866; bbartcenter.org.
College for Creative Studies presents
cert titled Bach 6 Beyond, featuring
its Annual Student Exhibition, with
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 3
more than 3,500 works of art on display
and 5, as well as works by Theofanidis
and for sale, May 16-30 at the A. Alfred
and Stravinsky, at 8 p.m. Saturday,
Taubman Center for Design Education,
May, 17, at Christ Church Cranbrook in
460 W Baltimore, in Detroit's New
Bloomfield Hills; and at 3 p.m. Sunday,
Center area. Details: (313) 644-7800;
May 18, at the Berman Center in West
Bloomfield. $22 advance/$25 at the
collegeforcreativestudies.edu .
door/$5 students with ID at the door.
WHATNOT
(248) 352-2276; bbso.org .

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POP / ROCK / JAZZ / FOLK

Detroit's Music Hall Center for the
Performing Arts' Jazz Cafe hosts Detroit
singer-songwriter Ethan Daniel
Davidson, with special guest Danny
Kroha, at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 22.
Davidson's new album, Drawnigh, a
follow-up to 2012's atmospheric folk
compilation Silvertooth, is filled with
fiery tales of hard times, dark nights
lit only by a whisky moon, troubled
soldiers returning after long wars and
unfaithful servants straight out of the
Old Testament. Tickets: $5 at the door.
(313) 887-8501; musichall.org .

ON THE STAGE

Detroit's Matrix Theatre Company's
2nd Stage presents a staged-reading
production of excerpts from Howard

The Detroit Zoo, in conjunction with
the Michigan Humane Society, hosts
Meet Your Best Friend, an adoption
event for dogs, puppies, cats and kit-
tens, at 1-7 p.m. Friday and 10-5 p.m.
Saturday, May 16-17, at the zoo. Info:
(248)541-5717; detroitzoo.org .
Direct from the Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame and Museum, the Henry Ford in
Dearborn presents Women Who Rock:
Vision, Passion, Power, an interactive
exhibit featuring more than 250 musi-
cal artifacts — including Carole King's
sheet music for "You've Got a Friend" —
from the women who helped shape rock
'n' roll. The exhibition runs May 17-Aug.
17. Info and tickets: (313) 982-6001;
thehenryford.org .
The annual Flower Day at
Eastern Market runs 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, May 18. (313) 833-9300;
detroiteasternmarket.com .



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ELGAR CELLO CONCERTO

Carlos Kalmar, conductor
Zuill Bailey, cello

BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by
Joseph Haydn
ELGAR Cello Concerto
JOHN ADAMS Tromba Lontana
NIELSEN Symphony No. 4,
"The Inextinguishable"

Fri., May 23 at 10:45 a.m.

Sun., May 25 at 3 P.M.

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