Back to school never sounded so good. This month, Music Director David Wood has selected a new class of music for your consideration.
Alice Curry, Mary Moran, and Krista Weiss discuss how hard economic times have affected their budgets, their music making, and their plans for the future.
WFIU features Leonard Slatkin as September's Artist of the Month.
WFIU features Louis Andriessen as September's Composer of the Month.
With the present threat of global warming, and plenty of people on the move looking for work, The Grapes of Wrath echoes loudly in our world today.
The Prez in a fez? “I don’t know when we found out that Herman Wells had gone to Afghanistan in 1966,” Jim Canary recalled, “but that really opened things up.”
"As I came to know more, and to sample the riches of the orchestral repertoire, my ideas grew also."
Artworks' Adam Schwartz speaks with a violinist/psychologist who works with musicians afflicted with performance anxiety, and with two of her clients.
Artworks profiled the ins and outs of the Waldron Arts Center last year, and a few changes have taken place since then. You may have already heard the rumors...
The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic features Saxophonist Kenneth Tse in the U.S. Symphonic premiere of David Canfields’ “Concerto after Glière."
Composer Cindy McTee and conductor Leonard Slatkin team up to present "Double Play" in the first orchestral concert of Jacobs School of Music 2010-2011 season.
"A new large accession of records...dating back to the 1930s...might be a good time to get some of these materials out and visible to the public."
A Bloomington elementary school with more than its share of challenges is looking toward an arts-based curriculum for a fresh start.
WFIU's George Walker talks costume and set design with C. David Higgins for the season opener.
"Douglas Yeo has become the major public defender of the serpent. . ." The Boston Globe, April 17, 1998.
Jeff Nelsen is the guru of the Fearless Performance Seminars. "I am an empathetic fearful performer without my fearless performance tools," he admits.
Although pornography has become pervasive in mainstream media, images of nudity in the context of pregnancy, birth and lactation are still considered taboo.
A production that's sure to have audiences talking for weeks to come.
The Bloomington Playwrights Project pulls together some of the top playwrights in the country along with local playwrights focusing on the environment.