WFIU features Rick Sowash as August's Artist of the Month.
Come in out of the heat and enjoy some cool classical music chosen by WFIU's Music Director David Wood.
Last Night of Ballyhoo is really a sweet love story with a lot of humor.
The members of Jefferson Street Parade Band are bringing some fanfare flair to Bloomington -- because this band is a marching band!
Gray is the newly appointed director of Chicago's Music of the Baroque Chorus and an Assistant Professor at the Jacobs School of Music.
In the midst of the volatility rocking her native Chile in the early 1970s, Carmen Benavente sought to create community with a few simple stitches.
Associate professor of bassoon at the IU Jacobs School of Music, Kathleen McLean says, "People have always said the bassoon sounds like the human soul."
A funny, touching, thoughtful and thought-provoking look back to a slice of America just before World War II.
Paul Daily has returned to Bloomington to take the position of the Artistic Director of the newly reorganized John Waldron Arts Center.
Professor of Percussion John Tafoya says, "Many timpanists believe they are the second conductor of the orchestra."
Harvey Sachs' new book, "The Ninth: Beethoven and the World in 1824," seeks to reveal what Beethoven was telling us.
Principal Violist of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Michael Strauss talks about the viola's funny - and deathly - reputation among musicians.
If you think you’ve seen all the art galleries in Bloomington, you might be missing one: The Indiana Memorial Union.
The process of stabilizing an aging masterpiece provides the opportunity to consider something that’s larger-than-life, from an intimate vantage point.
A Bloomington farm wife's mid-20th century books are coming back into print and popularity.
"One of the most sinister figures that have ever flitteed at-like across the vision of the American people." Joseph Pulitzer on Jay Gould
A fascinating epic of Americana, the show is clever, funny, bawdy and charmingly full of itself.
"The job of the principal flutist is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde thing," says Jacobs School of Music Professor of Flute Kate Lukas.
Galati has done a terrific job with a sprawling narrative, the skill and care that he’s shown in putting the individual on stage is exemplary.”
On Friday, September 3, 2010, The Bloomington Playwrights Project will hold a gala fundraiser at Fountain Square.