At WFIU, we're thawing out with some fine classical music in March.
WFIU will feature music performed by violinist Federico Agostini throughout the month of March.
In Major Barbara, everyone has a point, a position and a pulpit. It's all a lot of verbose fun.
Diversity Theatre, a program of the City of Bloomington Community and Family Resources Department, presents the 3rd Annual MOSAIC Film Festival.
La Rondine is a lyric romance with romance at the core.
"I think Puccini's heroines are stronger than Verdi’s. Magda's every bit as strong and self-deluded as Tosca or Madama Butterfly.”
Although disparate in terms of form, works by Arthur Liou, Barry Gealt, and Osamu James Nakagawa emerged from the artists’ philosophical and personal kinship.
Beauty and the Beast opened Tuesday night, with seven additional songs and real actors playing all those cartoon characters from the film.
"People from five to eighty-five are able to follow the story and to connect with the rhythm and the drama."
Bedford North Lawrence High School choral director Brian Samarzea's latest production is Cinderella - starring his daughter as the lady with the glass slipper.
WFIU will feature music composed by Libby Larsen throughout the month of March.
The president played his favorite rock songs from his days as a college student.
The Musical Arts Youth Orchestra, or MAYO, is an inter-school orchestra where kids of all ages come together to play a wide range of musical styles.
Few chamber groups can boast the accomplishments of the Canadian Brass. Even after forty years, the group isn't showing any signs of stopping.
At Binford Elementary in Bloomington, sixth graders are taught basic stone carving by the school’s social worker who uses the class to teach life lessons.
"I haven't met a whole lot of people who have really listened to classical guitar music and not fallen in love with it."
the audience the fan base and most of all the other players have to deal with what’s still an unprecedented move
Tango is more than music, than dance, than the poetry, the visual elements. It’s a whole way to see the world.
Conductor David Bowden sums up Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with one word, “massive.”