WFIU will feature the music of Claude Baker throughout the month of October.
The IU Ballet performs "The Baker Dances," a new work by composer David Baker with choreography by Joshua Bergasse.
The BPP now offers a guarantee: If patrons don't feel they’ve gotten their money’s worth, they can ask for a full refund. Saturday night, nobody did.
Of the Bach Cantata Project, Daniel Melamed says, "One of the exciting things is that this is a chance to hear a piece maybe you don’t know.”
WFIU will feature music performed by Emilio Colón throughout the month of October.
Spring, Summer, Fall Winter: First came Vivaldi, then Piazzola and finally Desyatnikov!
The fervent singing is so on pitch, it’s eerie. Every consonant and vowel in the libretto is right there.
WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks with Bloomington author Adam Langer about his fourth novel, The Thieves of Manhattan.
Breshaun Joyner conceived of her one-woman show "Once More With Fire," wrote the script, amassed a crew, and is now preparing for opening night, in ten weeks.
The play 'The House of Bernarda Alba' focuses on the house of a strict matriarch, Bernarda Alba, whose frustrated daughters long for freedom and marriage.
'Tending a Difficult Hope' is the new edible exhibit at the School of Fine Arts SoFA gallery.
The show shimmers with the leavings of mass-produced consumer culture—a Fanta bottle cap, a plastic swing tag, a rainbow-striped chunk of flip-flop.
IU Alumna Angela Brown returns to Bloomington with her one woman show.
Terry LaBolt is directing the music for the show. LaBolt is also a veteran of the AIDS scene that the musical deals with.
"A poet must transcend the climate in which he comes of age. Poetry must remain relevant. It must find what's essentially human."
The IU Department of Theatre and Drama presents Fontaine's family drama, 'The Rabbit Hole.'
Do you want to hear a scary story? The Festival of Ghost Stories is your chance to be spooked while enjoying a crisp fall evening at Bryan Park.
“This is the original recycle,” says Ten Eyck Hunt. “Our society has gotten away from it in the last 50 years, but we need to get back to it.”
The words of Persian Sufi poet Rumi are brought to life through music guitarist and composer Sulaiman Zai.