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News Release (June 20, 1965)

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Title:
News Release (June 20, 1965)
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New College News Release
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Book
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
June 20, 1965

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Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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N)3} W COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION Registration for the New College Summer Music Festival opened formally today with applications for enrollment already on hand from a number of students. The eight day festival, from July 11-18, will provide for both instruction and performance for the amateur and professional musician and also opportunity for others to watch and listen. Two types of students will be enrolled in the institute, participants and auditors. A full schedule of daily activities including some individual lessons in piano, coaching sessions, seminars, rehearsals, and concerts will be available to all students. The festival, first of a planned annual series, offers four concerts including a piano recital and three chamber music programs. Applications for enrollment are being accepted in the office of the Division of Humanities at New College. All students, participating or auditor, will be able to take part in any of the activities scheduled during the entire eight days of the festival. A limited number of tickets for non-students will be offered to the -more-

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Page 2 public for the four concerts. Applications already processed include prospective students from Hashington, D. C., Chicago, Illinois, Youngstown, Ohio, Princeton, New Jersey and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They include so far students of violin, flute, viola, and piano. On the faculty are such names as Paul Holfe, violin, who will be director of the festival; Jacques Abram, piano; Robert Bloom, oboe; Bernard Greenhouse, cello; Gaston Dufresne, double bass; Walter Trampler, viola; and Patricia Stenberg, woodwinds. Dr. Arthur R. Borden, Jr., Chairman, Humanities Division, at Nel-7 College, said that the festival was planned to provide both good music and good teaching as part of the total college program. "We are especially anxious to have performing musicians and those who appreciate good music. Although the festival is planned in part for New College students and for some students from other areas, we have anticipated that the major enrollment will be from those communities in the New College area." Emphasis of the festival will be on chamber music and Dr. Borden pointed out that the faculty were especially selected for their outstanding ability in teaching and for performing ability in this area. "One faculty member is coming from as far a'"ay as Spain to take part in this week-long occasion. It is our understanding that this will be the first summer chamber music festival in the state of Florida,11 said Dr. Borden, "and we believe that the festival will attract attention, because of its faculty -more-

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Page 3 and program, far beyond what could be expected of a first year event.11 Participating students wishing to enroll, he said, should be prepared to outline their instrumental qualifications and also what selections they are prepared to perform. Tuition for participants is $50.00. Registration is limited to 20. Auditors need have no special musical or other qualifications. They may attend any of the daily sessions and all of the concerts. Tuition for auditors is $25.00 and registration is limited to 30. #


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