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Page 12. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 4, 1960 Jewish music lovers are in for a rare treat when the Bach Festival Choir of Rollins Col- lege performs Ernest Bloch's "Sacred Service," (Auodath Hakctesh) on Fri., May 16, 8 p.m.. in the Knowles Memorial Chapel at Rollins College. Composed in 1934, this dramatic work is based on the Shabbat morning service. The 140-voice choir will perform with the Florida Symphony with baritone Lawrence Bond singing the part of the Cantor, conducted by Dr. Ward Wood- i iiii bury. Tickets are free but must be picked up in advance. They are available on a first-come basis from the Rollins College Mdsic Department. For further information, call 646-2233. Entertainment by three central Florida musical and dance performers will highlight a Rishona-Masada Hadassah luncheon meeting on Thurs., Apr. ] 0, ] 1:30 a.m. at Temple Israel. Violinist Emil Anker, pianist and vocalist Fred Day, and performer, instructor and choreographer Carol Leese will present an entertaining program. The public is invited to the lunch- eon at $3 per person at the door. For reservations, call Rose Nadelman, 422-7335; Sylvia Levine, 834-32]8; or Bea Mayer, 422-2790. In a program of American composers, pianist Jeffrey Siegel will perform George Gershwin's immortal "Rhap- sody in Blue,' and Mac- Dowetl's ""Piano Concerto No. 'Master of Keyboard' to Play With Fla. Symphony Orchestra Hailed as a "master of Amsterdam, Brussels, In addition to his richly the keyboard" on both Berlin, Zurich, Munich and varied concerto repertoire, sides of the Atlantic, Milan; and gave a debut Siegel performs solo American pianist Jeffrey tour in Japan in 1977. repertoire ranging from Siegel has appeared with Bach to Dutilleux. He also virtually every major Amer- He will appear at the Bob presents a well-received ican orchestra, captivated Carr Auditorium on Fri., series of informal concerts audiences in the major Apr. 4, and Thurs., Apr. I 0, entitled "Keyboard Conver- musical capitals of Europe with the Florida Symphony sations" in which he including Tel Aviv, London, Orchestra. discusses the music with the audience prior to its performance, Siegel is a favorite at summer festivals and his performances have been selected for showing on national television. Born in Chicago into a musical family, following studies with Rudolph Ganz, Siegel attended Juilliard School of Music. The recip- ient of a Fulbright Schol- arship, he also studied in London. While in London, a soloist with the London Philharmonic became ill and Siegel substituted on 36 hours notice. When Arthur Rubinstein heard Siegel play. he wrote: "1 was so deeply moved by your performance and enchanted by the beautiful tone you produced, you are a real musician, not a mere displayer of technlcal fire- works. I applaud your success with all my heart." JEFFREY SIEGEL IIII GOURMET PASTRIES IIII Butter Makes the Difference I[[I 3212 E. CURRY FORD RD. (DOVER SHOPPING CENTER) ! I 898"9561 2," on Fri., Apr. 4 and Thurs., Apr. I0. at the Bob Carr Auditorium. Siegel's recent recordings of the complete piano music of Gershwin for Vox Records with the St. Louis Symphony under the direction of Leonard Slatkin, has drawn rave reviews from music critics throughout the United States, Tickets for the per- formances, which begin at 8:30 p.m., are" available at the Florida Symphony office (841-1280) and area ticket outlets. The Memphis Blues Caravan. a troupe of original blues artists who helped create the legendary "Beale Street" and shape popular music of today, will present a concert at 8 p.m. on Tues., Apr. 8. at the Performing Arts Center on the East Carnpus of Valencia CommuniW College The Caravan teatures old time greats such as Memphis Piano Red. Furry Lewis, Ma Rainey and the Kinq Biscuit Boys. Tickets are $3.50 and can be purchased at the door. For advance tickets, call 299- 5000, ext. 7317. Singer-actor Frankie Avalon returns to the Top of the World Supper Club April 7-20 while jazz vibraharpist Terry Gibbs opens at the Walt Disney World Village Lounge April 7- 19. Best known for his 'beach iiii Advertisers know HERITAGE ads get results when folks say, "1 saw it in HERITAGE!" FINE SEAFOOD & 11,_1 I!I I1 ORLANDo,S OLDEST & N Sf JJ FRANKIE AVALON party' motion pictures, Avalon's other film roles include "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea." "Sergeant Deadhead" and "The Take." With a list of gold records and million-seller singles and alburns, he has played to audiences around the world. His appearance at the Inter- national Festival of Stars in Romania marked one of the first times a U.S. entertainer performed in that Iron Curtain country since World War II. During his two-week engagement he presents two shows nightly with dinner seat- ings at 6:30 and 9:45 p.m. With more than 300 original compositions to his credit, Terry Gibbs performs with the Bubba Kolb Trio at the Village Lounge. Shows are from 8 p.m. until through Th until 2 Saturday. ,! the The Pearl The Fisher and the DELl T( wish all ot customers HAPPY PA= WE WILL BE USUAL THROUGI PASSOVER THE DELl T "ENTERTAINMENT NITELY" in the new SPR/NGS PLAZA Hw 434, LAMPLIGH FER [OUNGE Mondays 8-7 Fri-Sat 8-10 Tue-Thu 8-9 Sundays 8 8 Kosher, Kosher Style I)eli, Appetizers & IIII CENTRAL F ,ORIDA NEW YORK STYLE I BAND AND SHO/' FEATURING: EBRITY DELLY Israeli Music DiscoTop 40 International Society & And DYNAMIC AVAILABLE WEDDINGS, BAR LUNCHEONS, FUNCTIONS CALL: BOB GLICKMAN (305) DAYTONA, TAMPA/ST.