On this week's episode we invite Craig Simpson from the Lilly Library to talk about classic films in the Essential Digital Restoration Series.
David Effron will lead the IU Phil in a symphony composed in a period of relative calm and happiness in Mahler's life.
Baroque and Classical oboe specialist and IU Jacobs School of Music faculty member Washington McClain is the October Artist of the Month.
A children's book comes to life as actors play the characters... and the props.
Brown County Playhouse presents Arlene Huttons love story "Last Train to Nibroc."
SMWC Theater presents Tina Howe's award-winning comedy "The Art of Dining."
A preview of the exhibits and galleries to look for this Friday
Pittsburgh-based composer Nancy Galbraith's music runs the gamut from organ to electroacoustic.
The world’s "most people powered festival” on view this weekend.
On this week's episode we're celebrating our 100th episode with Professor James Naremore to talk about the Sight and Sound poll.
The IU Chamber Orchestra, under the baton of Uriel Segal, will play music of Weber, Britten, and Mozart.
After all the trials, love proves to be the best drug.
In this interview I'm talking to the Artistic Director of the Heartland Film Festival Tim Irwin about this year's festival starting October 18th.
Just when the baseball season is winding down, it’s time for the PlayOffs at the Bloomington Playwrights Project.
In this interview I'm talking to Atomic States Of America director Don Argott about his film Atomic States Of America.
On this week's episode we're talking to James Paasche and Brian Graney about Home Movie Day coming up on October 20th at the IU Cinema.
Pianist Garrett Myers joins the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21.
A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a ... Triumph 650?
Indiana University's Business Careers in Entertainment Club holds first annual multi-genre multi-venue music festival in Bloomington.