Indiana University’s Opera Theatre’s summer offering is a delightful production of Adam Guettel’s Tony Award winning musical The Light in the Piazza.
The acclaimed William Ferris Chorale adds to their discography with a look at new music being written in America and some works that have been overlooked.
Sibelius’ sixth symphony is played much less frequently that his others and I think that it’s one on the master pieces of the twentieth century.
She’s also a women with a sense of fun about it and this gives me a lot of space to work in.
Three of early music’s most celebrated musicians on one CD! Rebel: Violin Sonatas was released 10 years ago, but stands the test of time.
A new book tells the incredible true story of the biggest art fraud of the twentieth century. WFIU's Adam Schwartz interviews the co-author of "Provenance."
The Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama is presenting the collegiate premier of the rock musical "The Rockae" based on Euripides' "The Bacchae".
David Stith, is a musician and artist who recently moved to Indiana. His debut album, Heavy Ghost is a critically acclaimed collection of orchestral folk music.
In the early 20th century, a single cabinet promised to save miles of steps, banish evening weariness and enhance the beauty of the home and the housewife.
WFIU's Megan Meyer stepped inside the Indiana University Costume Studio for a conversation with the shop's director, Linda Pisano.
Indiana University’s Department of Theatre and Drama continues in their commitment to developing musical theatre this summer with a production of "The Rockae".
As the trumpet was resurrected in the middle Baroque, so was the pairing of the trumpet and voice. Listen to recordings of Italian masterworks for the pairing.