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News Release (July 16, 1965)


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News Release (July 16, 1965)
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New College News Release, For Release: Friday, July 16, 1965
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FOR RELEASE: FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965 NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION First of the three chamber music concerts of the :'TeH College Summer dusic Festival \vill be held tonight at College Hall at 8:30 p.m. an out-standing group of artists performing. A second concert \..rill beheld tomorrotv night at the same hour in College Hall and a third be offered Sun day at 4 p.m. at the Asolo Theatre. Tickets for all three may still be reserved or purchased at the Sport Shop in Sarasota or by calling NeH College, 355-7131. Pianist Jacques Abram opened the Festival concert program last Sunday by offering a recital before a capacity audience in College Hall. tonight1s concert, five of the festival faculty will play. Opening the program will be Bach's Sonata 3 in G ilinor, played by cellist Bernard Greenhouse and pianist Abram. Greenhouse, violist hlalter Trampler, and violinist Paul lvolfe tdll next perform Hozart' s Divertimento in E Flat 563) In the program finale, Abram, Holfe, and Greenhouse tvill offer Schubert's Trio in B Flat, Opus 99.


:mH COLLEGI: Concerts -2On Saturday night the concert opens with llandel's Sonata in E Flat Playing will be oboist Robert Bloom, Greenhouse, Holfe, and Abram playinr, the harpsichord. Trampler \-lill play the relatively rare viola d' amore along harpsichordist Abram as they do Ariosti's Lezione III in E '1inor. Then l1iss Patricia Stenberg play the recorder together with Abram on the harpsichord as they play selections from works by Couperin. ilozart 's Quartet in F : {aj or be performed next by Bloom, Trampler, Holfe and Greenhouse. Concluding the program will be Brahms' 0uartet in G '1inor, Opus 25, \-lith Trampler, Abram, Holfe, and Greenhouse. As the final concert program of the festival, to be at the Asolo Theatre Sunday, faculty artists \-lill be performing as soloists the Asolo Chamber Orchestra. Robert Bloom will play 'larcello' s Concerto in D TJalter Trampler '"ill play l!andoshkin' s Concerto in C ifajor, follm-1ed by cellist Bernard Greenhouse in Boccherini 's Concerto in R Flat ;rajor. In the latter half of the program riss Stenberg will play Baston's Con certo 2 for Descant Recorder. Concluding the concert and the festival will be Robert Bloom and Paul Holfe in Bach's Concerto in C :iinor. -more-


N etV' College Concerts -3than 70 students have been taking part in the week long festival on the College campus. Seminars, rehearsals, and t11orkshops have been in session most of the day and into the night as visiting students from as far m.;ay as England, Canada, Oklahoma. A large number of Florida and Colleg e area students also have taken advantag e of the state's first summer chamber music festival. The Abram concert was sold out completely and ticket sales have been moving well for the remaining three. Concert tickets are $3.00 each. -30-

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