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News Release (July 4, 1965)


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News Release (July 4, 1965)
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New College News Release, For Release: Sunday, July 4, 1965
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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July 4, 1965


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COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: July 4, 1965 When the New College Summer Music Festival begins next Sunday, one group will be very much in evidence during its eight days. They will be the auditors. Auditors, in educational terminology, are students Hho take a course but not for credit. In the case of the Festival, it means music lovers who want to toTatch and listen t-1ithout taking part by in a class. Auditors in this case even have a certain advantage over the parti-cipating students for they may pick and choose Hhat classes they toTant to attend, taking their choice among many seminars or coaching sessivns. Auditors t Iho register for the July 11 18 Festival may attend any of the classes, sit in on the numerous rehearsals going on almost every day, and then they also have free attendance at the four concerts during the Festival. "This is a opportunity for those tJho appreciate good music," says Dr. Arthur P.. Borden, Jr., chairman of the Division of Humani-ties at NetJ College, "There is combined in one t.reek a great educational experience of uatching artists like Halter Trampler, Jacques Abram, Paul Holfe, Bernard Greenhouse and nobert Bloom teach and then to listen to them rehearse,and then finally perform in concert." -more-


IEH COLLEGE SUHl<-fER FESTIVAL 2 He said from the opening piano recital by Jacques Abram next Sunday to the concluding chamber music concert on July 18 there are activities at almost every hour of the day and into the evenings. Auditors are still being registered, according to Dr. Borden, and he said that while the group is being limited because of space every attempt is being made to have room for serious music students or appreciators. Tuition of $25.00 for auditors includes the entire 1 s activities. The daily schedule usually includes several class sessions in the morning and afternoon, one or more artist rehearsals for the concerts, and an eve!"." "'1g usually given over to chamber orchestra rehearsals. no t\-TO days are alike and auditors may take their pick among piano seminars, coached chamber music sessions, string techniques in group performance, a combined seminar, seminars tJith chamber orchestra, and a session on problems in performance. Follo,ving the opening piano recital, there tdll be a four-day break for classes. Then on the final three evenings of the Festival there be a sonata recital, a chamber music concert soloists in concerti, and finally a chamber orchestra concert uith the Festival faculty as soloists. -30-

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