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News Release (May 1, 1966)


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News Release (May 1, 1966)
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New College News Release
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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May 1, 1966


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News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota


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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR JNFORMATION Sarasota, Fla.--(Hay 1)--The second l'TeH College Summer Husic Festival will be held June 19 to July 3 with a number of nationally-knmvn musicians on its faculty and seven public concerts scheduled. Applications now are being taken for students to participate in the festival during classes \-Jill be offered in strings, piano, t-lOOd\-Jinds, brass and solfege. Emphasis of the festival, as it Has during the first year, will be on chamber music. Returning to the faculty this year will be oboist Robert Bloom, pianist Jacques Abram, violist Halter Trampler, violinist Paul Holfe, bassist Gaston Dufresne, and t-7ood\Yinds, Patricia Stenberg. New to the faculty are flutist Julius Baker, cellists Gabor Rejto and Leslie Parnas, and John Barrows, French horn. Each of the faculty has performed \iTith outstanding chamber groups and their experience includes national and international concert tours, college and university teaching, and symphony orchestra positions. Classes are to be held on the New College campus and are open to quali-fied musicians, either amateur or professional from high school age uptvard. The faculty will perform in the seven concerts to be given in the Florida Coast Symphony Hall, especially designed for chamber programs. Students may choose either to attend the first or second t..reek or both sessions. There are openings also for auditors, who may attend any of the classes and also the concerts, but t11ho tvill not perform during the class sessions. -30-

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