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News Release (June 19, 1966)


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News Release (June 19, 1966)
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New College News Release, For Release: Sunday, June 19, 1966
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.1' ,. -.; 'NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: Sunday, June 19, 1966 'l\110 concentrated t>Jeeks of chamber music classes and perfor-mances open today as the College Summer Husic Festival begins with student registration and the first of seven public concerts. Classes begin officially tomorrow on the college campus, but all participants and auditors are expected to register from noon until 2 p.m. today. The opening concert will be held at the Florida Hest Coast Symphony Hall at 3 p.m. today. This is the second year for the festival, which is acknm11!edged as Florida's only summer festival devoted to chamber music. Heekdays are crammed \-.Tith musical events, in early morning hours with master classes and ensemble coaching, and continuinp, until late evening hours Hith nrtist and <)rchestrn rehearsals. Sunday afternoons and Friday and Saturday nights during the festival are devoted to concerts performed by the teaching faculty and assisting artists. Saturday mornings each of the ttiTO Heeks feature concerts by the festival students. -more-


-2-Today' s concert \-Till have some of the 'tddely-known faculty and assisting artists in a pronram which has great variety. Robert Nagel of the New York Brass Quintet 't-Till lead a performinp, Holdborne's Three Pieces for Brass Ouintet. Cellist Gabor Rej to and pianist Jacques Abram 't-Till perform Beethoven's Sonata No. 3 in A. Hajor, Opus 69 follmved by Persichetti's Pastorale played by flutist Julius Baker, oboist Robert Bloom, clarinetist Keith Hilson, bassoonist Leonard Sharrm11 and Hichael Coyle on the French horn. Bloom and Abram next perform Schumann's Romances and then Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No. 6 \Jill be played by Baker and Sharrow. Finale for the program \Jill be Hilson, Rej to, violinists Paul Holfe and Anita Brooker and violist David Da'tvson performinp, Hozart' s Quintet in A Major. Tickets for this afternoon performance 'tvill be available at the door of the Florida Hest Coast Symphony Hall at the Civic Center in Sarasota preceding the concert. Other chamber concerts Hill be performed on Friday and Sat urday, June 24 and 25 and Friday and Saturday, July 1 and 2, at 8:30 p.m. Chamber orchestra concerts Hill be held Sunday afternoon, June 26 and July 3 at 3 p.m. Tickets for all concert performances are on sale at the Sport Shop in Sarasota and at Hullingers Music Store in Bradenton as well as at New College. -more-


-3-Hembers of the faculty for the ,.,eek festival this year are Jacques piano; Julius Baker, flute; John French horn; Robert Bloom, oboe; David viola; Gaston Dufresne, double bass; Leslie Parnas, cello; Gabor Rejto, cello; Patricia Stenberg, woodwinds; Walter Trampler, viola, and Paul Holfe, director of the festival and violinist. -30-

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