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News Release (July 6, 1965)


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News Release (July 6, 1965)
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For Immediate Release, Special To: United Press International, July 6, 1965
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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July 6, 1965


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kuly 6, 1965 SPECIAL TO: UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL Sarasota, Florida -Florida's first aummer mueie festival feaburing chamber music will be held for eight days on the New College campus here be ginning Sunday, Jjly eleventh. New College has brought seven artists here, one from as far away as Spain to serve on the faculty. Paul wlfe, conductor of the Florida West Coast Symphony, is the director and will teach violin. Other on the faculty are Walter Trampler, viola; Bernard Greenhouse, cello; Robert Bloom, oboe; Jacques Abram, piano; Gaston Dufresne, double bass; Patricia Stenberg, woodwinds. During the eight days, four concerti will be offered to participating students, auditors, and the general public. The first is a recital by pianist Jacque& Abram on the opening day. During the week there will be workahopa, Seminara, and group performance& while the Festival will be climaxed by three concerts by the faculty and a chamber orchestra Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 16, 17, 18. Violist Trampler ia flying here from hie summer home in Majorca, off the coast of Spain. Other artists are coming from New York, Indiana, Connecticut, and from the Tampa Bay area. -Jo-

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