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News Release (June 30, 1967)


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News Release (June 30, 1967)
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New College News Release, For Use: Friday, June 30, 1967
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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t COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE For use: Friday, June 30, 1967 NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION Sarasota, Fla.---The final concerts in the New College Summer Music Festival will be held Saturday night and Sunday afternoon, climaxing the three week long event. A musical first for the festival will be introduced on Sunday when a full symphony orchestra will perform along with three of the festival artists as soloists. First of the two final concerts will be held at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Hamilton Center on the New College campus. Three major works are to be performed. Mozart's Quintet in E Flat Hajor be performed by a quintet composed of John Barrows, French horn; Walter Trampler, viola; Paul t.Jolfe, violin; Hilliam Magers, viola; and Bernard Greenhouse, cello. Oboist Patricia Stenberg, violist Trampler and pianist Jacques Abram will next perform Loeffler's more contemporary work, TWo Rhapsodies. After an intermission, Schubert's Quintet inC Major, Opus 163, will be performed by a second quintet with violinists and Anita Brooker, violist Trampler, and cellists Greenhouse and Gabor Rejto. more


NEH COLLEGE -Page 2 Festival The final concert is to be held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday at the Samuel Neel Auditorium at Manatee Junior College. This beautiful new facility was specially chosen because it so successfully holds the full symphony orchestra that Hill play under the direction of Paul Holfe. The Festival Symphony Orchestra opens the program with Bach's Air from Suite No. 3. Cellist Greenhouse then performs as soloist with the orchestra in Saint-Saens Concerto in A Minor, followed by violist Trampler with Bartok's Concerto for Viola and Orchestra. the program and the festival will be pianist Abram, with the orchestra, in the performance of Beethoven's G Major Concerto No. 4. Tickets for the two concerts are available still at The Sport Shop in Sarasota, at Hullinger's Music Store in Bradenton, at Neel Auditorium at Manatee Junior College and at College. Tickets may also be purchased at the door immediately before the performance. 30 -

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