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News Release (March 27, 1968)

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News Release (March 27, 1968)
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Special to the Sarasota Scene Magazine; 1 - 149 - 3/27/68
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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March 27, 1968

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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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1 149 -l/27/68 SPECIAL TO THE SARASOTA SCENE MAGAZINE Like the well-known cigarette slogan, the fourth New College Sut!1llter Husic Festival will be "firm and fully-packed," and again emphasizing chamber music in all its activities. Compacted into two weeks in 1968--day 31 to June 15-the Festival will feature this year five faculty. concerts concluding with a presentation by a full symphony orchestra. New will be added to the faculty thiA year, all of them vell-kn9'Yn in ,national and international music circles, adding to the already renowned teaching and performing staff. Also new thia year will be the performance of two works by two well-kuown composers, by the Festival directors. As it has in past years, the New Colle._ge Summer !usic Festival will devote much of its tiMe to teachinp, with .the days filled with instrumental and sonata master classes, ensemble se&$1ons, chaber usic classes, and solfege. As in each of the past yeara, Paul Wolfe will be musical director of the Festival and Dr. Arthur R. Borden Jr. will handle all adllinistrative affairs. Returning to assist Professor in teaching again this year will be oboist Robert Bloom, violist Waltitr Trupler, more

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r NEW COIJLEGE Pn e 2 Summer Hu ic Festival flutists Julius Baker, cellist Bernard Greenhouse, French horn player John Barrows and bassist Ga ton Dufresne. w to the faculty r p t eonid I bro, cl rinctist Robert 1arcellu nd ba s onist 0 choenbach .. H mbro's na e is fa iliar to ny local usic lovers bec use of i previ us ppe ra c s her le is a member of the f culty at t Juilli rd Sch ol f utic and w s formerly oianist wit th ew York PhiJha nic. H bro is best-knom1 to the American public as an ccompanist ith Victor Borge. QUt hi own vork in serious usic ha Robert on hi a solid r put tion. rcellu for a nur.tb r of years a b n princip 1 clarinetist with tH Clev 1 nd rc str and form rly held the same position with the ational y phony Orch stra. He is a olo'st at the Casal Festival ond teaches at t Cleveland Institute of Music. ow ex cutive dir ctor of th eltle nt in Philad lph a Sol Schoenbach was for 20 y ar olo b s ooni t with the I'hilad lphi Orc1estr o lie n b r of the of the Curti In ti u of Music and wns the or aniz r f tl hila.delphia ind Cuintet. Ezr L d no nd Ro rt teart are the two compo.ers who were commi si<.med to do pee! 1 orks for th Fest val. L dermau, formerly on the faculty of Saral Lnr nc Collcg and the 6 nnin.ton Conferenc hao written a work for ch ber orchestra. Stewart, professor of ousic and fine arts at Washington and Lee University nd or er teacher at th AMerican Conservatory in ore -

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NEW COLLEGE Page 3 S er Music Festival Chicago, bas written a concerto for French born. Stewart'o work is to be performed at a June 8 concert nd Laderman's on June 14. Playing a vital part in all of the Festival this year will b' embers of the Pew College String Quartet, nov in residence on campus. Paul Wolfe, violinist, is Festival director, of coura Other meMbers who are participating in the Festival arc second violinist Anita Brooker, violint William !lagers and cellist Christopher von Baeyer. All clas es nd four of the five concerts arc scheduled to be held on the New College cam us. The final concert, f aturing the symphony orchestra, will be held in the auditorium of Hanatee Junior College. Classes are open to musician and non-musicianB alike. Musicians come from all over the country and from age group from elementary school students to retired p raons. Nonusicians may take part in classes as uditors with all privileges except intrurnental participation. Concerts arc open, of course, to the public and tickets will be on sale in May in a number of area locations including th college. -30 -


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