On this week's episode we play the Recommendation game with Betsy Fippinger.
The War... was just a matter of nickels and dimes.
Lutenist to perform opening concert for Bloomington Early Music Festival.
WFIU's Adam Schwartz attends a reading of IU professor emeritus Harry Geduld, who reads a selection of his strange, funny, savage tales.
Dolinsky's immersive environments emerge from a cognitive no man's land.
Yes, they're madrigals, but we're a long way from Lassus!
It explores the instrument and what you can do with it.
On this week's episode we sit down with Maria Bucur to talk about Themester and this year's topic: Making War/Making Peace.
The Pacifica Quartet in concert at the Jacobs School of Music.
Some of the most inventive art, craft, and technology will be on display at the Indy Mini Maker Faire.
Getting her parents' blessing to pursue a studio art major wasn’t an issue for Katie Hayden. “My mother is a jeweler, so she was encouraging about it."
Madama Butterfly...a tragic west meets east story!
On this week's episode we invite Professor James Naremore back to talk about the Hitchcock/Herrmann series, and we also extensively discuss Drive.
"Each one of these carpets has the effect of calming me. I just love to look at them. I'm sort of mesmerized by them."
Trust your guy? Trust your girl? Mozart and Da Ponte say, "think again!"
The 18th annual Lotus World Music & Arts Festival will feature performances by 26 groups, including the Creole Choir Of Cuba, the Orchid Ensemble and Dikanda.
The magic dust that transforms Bloomington into a multicultural mecca for Lotus weekend also converts mere mortals into an elite corps of volunteers.
Her brand of American roots music, with its blues, rockabilly, country and jazz influences, will fit right in at the Lotus World Music & Arts Festival.
Not just technical skill, but a real feeling and understanding of the music!
Music Director Arthur Fagen discusses Mozart's third and final collaboration with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte and why it's not as well-known as the other two.