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/NEWS RELEASE NEw CoLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 813 / 355-7131 POR USEz Sunday, November 12, 1967 1 51 -11/9/67 Ref. 1 Furman C. Arthur SARASOtA--The New College String Quartet, now in residence on campus, will perform its preai re concert Friday (Nov.-her 17) at 8&15 p.a. at College H 11 for the Nev College Associates and their guests. tormation of the quartet was announced last spring and during the summer the musicians performed together in Connecticut for the Silvermine Guild of Artiste. Me.bers of the quartet are violinists Paul Wolfe and Mrs. Anita Brooker, violist William and cellist Christopher YOn Baeyer. They will perform their first cone rt as the New College String Quartet in the Music Room of College Hall for the m bers of the New College Associates, a croup of friends of the college vho have agreed to provide leadership and support to the institution. Now numbering 60 members, their purpose is to help build in the Saraaota-Bradenton area a nationally significant college. more
NEW COLLEGE Page 2 1 51 -11/9/67 Pro ra for the formal occasion of the first concert will be Frana Schubert' Quartet Sata, Bela Bartok' Quartet No. 1 and Anton in Dvorak' a Quart t in P Major, Opus 96 (Americq) Pirat violinist Paul Wolfe, in addition to his t aching dutiea at New College, is conductor of the Florida We t Coast Symphony Orchestra and founder and dir ctor of the Symphony Chamber Orchestra. Second violinist Anita rocker is assistant concertmaster of the Florida Coast S bony and the St. 'Peterabur Philha onic and a ember the Philha onic. Violist 11111 M rs, sistant profes or o muaie at cw College, was for ive e n r wit th St. Louis S bony and assistant pr1c1p 1 of th t. Louis Ch er Orche tra. Cellist Christopher von Baeyer, tutor in sic t College, i a fo er assistant to the J 111 rd String Quartet. H was on the faculty at Ohio Wesleyan lnfv r ity nnd trio in re id ce there. iber of the ollowing its first formal the quartet will offer a few days later a special concer.t for the students, faculty and staff of the college. During the year, the quartet will p rfo several public concerts and also will be available to concertize about the etat After the Friday concert, reception will be held in the lounge ot Colle e Hall for the A sociates and t eir uests. Co-chairmen of the Associates are s. illiam B. Kip, L. Alexander Vance, and erman E. Turner. 30-
PHOTO CAPTION NEW COLLEGE QUARTET Members of the New College String Quartet who will offer their premiere <@1L concert Friday, November 17 at College Hall for members of the New College Associates and their guests. From left, violinist Paul Wolfe, cellist Christopher von Baeyer, violist William Magers and violinist Anita Brooker. The quartet will give several pbblic performances during the year.