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News Release (June 24, 1966)


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News Release (June 24, 1966)
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New College News Release, For Release: Friday, June 24, 1966
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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June 24, 1966


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NEW COL LEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: Friday, June 24, 1966 The second of the College Summer Music Festival Concerts will be performed tonight (Friday, June 24) at the Florida \-lest Coast Symphony Rehearsal Hall beginning at 8:30p.m. The concert will be performed by eight of the eleven members of the Festival faculty with one assisting artist. Program for the evening, as planned by Director Paul t-lolfe, offers a variety of instrumental performances and composers. Telemann's Concerto in A dating from the early eight-eenth century, is the opening number performed by flutist Julius Baker, oboist Robert Bloom, pianist Jacques Abram, cellist Gabor Rejto, and violinist Paul Wolfe. More contemporary is the second selection, Hindemith's Sonata for English Horn and Piano with pianist Abram and Patricia Stenberg, English horn. Moving back slightly in time, violinists Wolfe and Anita Brooker, violist David Dawson, and cellist Rejto will perform Dvorak's Quartet in F Major, Opus 96. -more-


-2-To wind up the program, Abram, Holfe, Datvson, Rej to and bassist Gaston Dufresne will do Schubert's Quintet in D Major. As t'lith all of the concerts of the 1966 Festival, Friday's will be performed in the Florida t.Jest Coast Symphony Hall, specially designed for chamber music and completely air conditioned. Tickets for the performance are on sale at Net'l College, at the Sport Shop in Sarasota, at Hullingers Husic Shop in Bradenton, or at the door prior to the concert. -30-

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