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News Release (June 4, 1967)


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News Release (June 4, 1967)
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New College News Release, For Release: Sunday, June 4, 1967
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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__NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COllEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1967 Ouietly taking part in the Net..r College Summer Music Festival, beginninr; on June 11, Hill be a band of aficionados, filling the role of auditors during the three solid Heeks of music. Festival auditors are mostly either non-playing music lovers or musicians not quite ready to perform in the Festival's classes. An auditor's position is simple. Auditors are permitted to sit in on any class, watch any open rehearsal, engnee the faculty in discussions, attend all concerts--in short, do everything the Festival except an instrument. For the non-playing music lover, it's a three-t..reek musical sundae, topped by the whipped of seven concerts. The novice liketvise profits not only from wntching types of classes, but from seeing close at hand some of the outstanding musicians in the country they teach. more


NEH COLLEGE P;;re 2. fuditors, on a r,iven morninp, for instance, mny t.rnnder from n flute cl:1ss 't-7ith the NeH York Philhnrmonic' s p,rcat flutist, Julius B:1kcr, to n session 'tvith violist H.:1lter Trampler, and to an oboe sroup 'tvith Robert Bloom boldine forth. Or, the auditor choose to ,.,ntch Jncqucs J\brnm tcachine his piano students in a m.1.ster clnss, Pnul fTolfc instructinr. on violin, or any of the other faculty tcachinr, their Watching the faculty rehearse for one of the seven public concerts they will give is one of the thrills of music nppreciation. The musicians interrupt their tlith discussions of interpretation of scores, Hith spirited debate over notes, and tvith hip.h eood humor .:1t smnll mistakes. J\uditors, too, find chamber music performances interestinr, to tmtch as Hell as to hear. The players arc feH in number and they coordinate remarkably t-1ithout conversation. Tuition for three t.reeks of auditine the Summer l-1usic Festival is remarkably low, considering that it includes attendance at the seven concerts, all of the classes, three student concerts, and the opportunity to rehearsals. This year, the Festival has scheduled almost all classes durine the mornings, with sessions in solfeee, rehearsals, and practice time in the afternoons and eveninr,s. -more -


HEH COLLEGE Paee 3. The seven concerts this year are S!Jread over three "tveekends so that there is more time to digest this ample musical fare. Concerts begin June 18 and conclude on July 2. Rep,istration for auditors Hill continue throup,h the openinr, day of the Festival at the Festivnl offices nt the Collep,e. 30 -

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