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News Release (June 15, 1967)

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News Release (June 15, 1967)
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New College News Release, For Release: Thursday P.M. or After
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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 15, 1967

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page news release.
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/NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: THURSDAY P.H. OR AFTER First concert of the seven to be held as part of the New College Summer f-lusic Festival >:Till be offered Saturday evening (June 17) in Hamilton Center on the coller,e second Hill be performed at p.m. Performing in the tt-10 concerts be six of the leading musicians lvho are serving as faculty for the festival plus two assisting artists and a chamber orchestra. Music lvill ranee from eighteenth century to the present in pror,rams carefully planned by Festival music director Paul Holfe. Leadine artists performing in the tlJO concerts be violinist 'Holfe, oboist Robert Bloom, violist Halter Trampler, cellist Bernard Greenhouse, pianist Jacques Abram and flutist Julius Baker. artists in the first two concerts will be violinist Anita Brooker and cellist Christopher von Baeyer. The Festival Chamber Orchestra also lvill assist in the second concert. more

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NEH COLLEGE Page 2. :n the first half of Saturday's concert, t-1ozart' s 0uartet in F Major be performed by Bloom, Holfe, Trampler, and followed by Debussy's Sonata played by Greenhouse and Abram. A quintet of Baker, Holfe, Miss Brooker, Trampler, and Greenhouse \ilill conclude the openinp, half of the propram with Ginastera's lmpresiones de la Puna. After intermission, Abram, Holfe, Trampler, and Greenhouse play Brahm's 0uartet in G Hiner Opus 25. Sunday afternoon at the concert to be performed at 11JC, the group of Holfe, Hiss Brooker, Trampler, Greenhouse and von Baeyer will play Boccherini's Ouintet inC Major followed by Baker and Abrams performing Poulenc's Sonata. In the latter half of the Sunday performance, Baker be the soloist the Festival Chamber Orchestra in Bach's Suite Number 2 in B Hinor. This be follm-1ed by Bloom and the orchestra in Barlow's "The Hinter's Passed." Concludinr, the afternoon program will be Bloom and Holfe and the festival orchestra performing Bach's Concerto in C Minor. Paul Holfe, in addition to being the musical director of the festival, is conductor of the Florida Hest Coast Symphony Orchestra, a member of the faculty at New College, first violinist of the Silvermine String Ouartet, and a featured artist at the Casals Festival. more -

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NEH COLLEGE Page 3. Jacques Abram, who offer a recital as the fourth program in the concert series, has performed the Net.;r York Philhar monic, the Philadelphia, Chicap,o, Cleveland, Houston and San Francisco symphony orchestras and has made numerous European tours. Julius Baker is solo flutist the NeH York Philharmonic, a member of the faculty of the Juilliard School of t-1usic and last year Has named by Time map,azine as one of the half dozen top flutists in the nation. He also is former first flutist the Pittsburgh, Chicago and CBS Symphony orchestras. Robert Bloom v1as solo oboist for the NBC Symphony under Toscanini and he has been with the Bach Aria Group since its founding. Bloom, who appeared in a special concert at Netv several years ago, has also been on the faculty of the Yale Graduate School of Husic. Bernard Greenhouse is a member of the Bach Aria Group and the Beaux Arts Trio. He has taught at Juilliard, at the Hanhattan School of Music, the University of Hartford, Indiana University and has recorded for RCA Victor, Columbia Records and others. Walter Trampler has been a featured artist at the Casals Festival, a soloist with the Budapest and Juilliard String Ouartets, distinr,uished professor at the Juilliard School of Music and a founder-member of the Net-7 Music Quartet. Tickets for the t\IIO concerts are now on sale at several locations in the area: Hullinp,ers Music Store and at Neel Auditorium at Junior in Bradenton; The Sport Shop in Sarasota; and at Netv College. Special rates may be obtained in series of tHo, three or for the entire seven concerts. 30 -


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