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Santa Cruz: Cultural Programs

The Chamber Music Workshop was organized by Julia Zaustinsky in the fall of 1965 and gave students the opportunity to explore the chamber literature under guidance of the music faculty. Faculty members also performed with the group, which appeared at noon concerts and gaves one major performance each quarter.

The Chorus at Santa Cruz was formed by Jan Popper in October, 1965 and made its first public appearance at The Christmas Sing, a program sponsored by the music faculty. The Madrigal Singers also gave their first performance at the sing. Organized by a student in October of 1965, the Madrigal Singers received faculty advice and support.

The Cowell Trio, made up of faculty members Julia Zaustinsky (violin), William Van Den Burg (cello) and Bella S. Zilagi (piano) offered a series of public concerts and also provided instruction. The trio performed at noon concerts and in the Sunday afternoon music series at Santa Cruz.

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