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News Release (May 1967)

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Title:
News Release (May 1967)
Alternate Title:
For Chamber of Commerce: May 1967
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Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
May 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 of Florida
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New College of Florida
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/ FOR CHAMBER 0 CO. ERCE: Sarasota, Florida--For three weeks in June, this city will become the ch mber music center of the South as th New Coll ge Summ r Music Festival is taged for ita third year. A renowned faculty will teach cla ses and perform in seven weekend concerts from June 11 to July 2 with the emph sis on cha ber music. Such usician as fluti t Julius Baker, oboist Robert Bloom, cellist Bern rd Greenhouse, violist Welter Trampler snd pianiBt Abram are me ers of th aculty of the F t v 1, which h in size and stature since its foundin in 1965. ClasAes and concerts ore held on the us of w College, one of A erica's new private, liber 1 rto colle,e. Cone rt ar performed in the new I.M. Pei designed Ha ilton Center, corepleted thiR sprin and already an attraction for visitors to the Sarasota area. For the three weeks of the Festtval1 cla se and workshops in piano, strings, wind bra a and solfe e are held for amateur and professional musicians from all over the country. The Festival is highlighted by informal and personal teaching by the faculty. The classes, as well ensemble coachtnr. Aessione and workshops devoted to string techniques, draw not only musicians. but music lovers who come to watch and listen. more

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NEW COLLEGE Pa e 2. Sev n concerts are perfo d, all on veekends, fe turing the faculty emh r in d ch mb r orchc tra In addition, tudents perform each Saturday orning. The F stival is the first usic f stival featuring chamber muaic in Florida. Other faculty ell'.bers who t ach and perform the three week includ violin! t Paul Wolf musical d rector of the Festtv 1 nd a f tured arti with the C snls Fe tiv 1; Patricia Stenb rg, t chin woodwind ; John arrows, french horn; and Caston Dufresne, doubl bas9. Th tival n on -we k presentation three y ar ago nd wes xp nded to two in 1966. D rnand for an exp nd d progra caused F stival directors to add till another week to the 1967 Fe tival. All of the f culty hav ext n ive teaching xp rie ce t such instituti ns a Y le C:r duat School of lu ic, Juill ard School of Indian Univ r ity, Menh ttan School o fu ic, Col bia Jniver ity, York University, and th University of lisconsin. The music 1 group with which th ke an 1mpre9sive list. They include the culty lave per o ed al o Yor Philha onict Phil delphia, Chicago, Cl vcland, Boton Snn raneisco and other jor ay phony orchestras, Budapest String nuart t, Juilliard String Bach Ari Gro p, Beaux Arts Trio, Silvermine String Quartet. Two new facilities for concerts will be u d this year. One 1a a concert hall seating 900 and the other is a new hall which will seat 500 ore

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NEW COLLEGE Pa e 3. Durin the w k, orninga ar d voted to cla sea for individual iaetrument t followed by chamber group vorkahopa. In the afternoons. solfe e is taught follow d by r hearaal and ensemble work. Th re ia aeldo a non1cal hour durin the day or ev n1ng. Th J College c mpus is located adj cent to th f 1 which bou e on of the finest collection of p intinga in the South a d which al o of r on July 6. 30 -r ater festiv 1


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