Pianist and composer Émile Naoumoff holds the unique distinction of being the last protégée of Nadia Boulanger.
The choir surprised guests with a flashmob performance at the IU Auditorium
Estonian composer Arvo Pärt is known for his unique approach to composition, called tintinnabulation.
On this week's episode, we're reviewing the films we saw at the Chicago Film Festival and Heartland Film Festival.
The fine acting, very good singing and spirited dancing are a testament to the growth of IU’s BFA Musical Theatre program.
Recall the movie. Laugh with the play. Then, rent the movie to see just how well they got it!
An alternative diverse art show for the Bloomington community garners huge support on its opening night.
Gerald Sousa and Greg Geehern will conduct the BCS in music by Byrd, Monteverdi, Part, and others.
It's kind of a combination of "The Princess Bride" and "Monty Python."
Dominick DiOrio conducts the CVE in music of Hogan, Dunphy, Nørgård, Wadsworth and MacMillan
On this week's episode, we're inviting Chris Eller from the Advanced Visualization Lab to talk about Cinema technology.
Sometimes a player just has to get down on all fours, says actor Seth Bazacas.
A show at the Grunwald Gallery proposes that a small painting has different associations and effects than a large one does. In other words: size matters.
At the center, sermons on community sinfulness and hymns offering a community hereafter.
The mystery isn't the 'how,' it's the 'what' that the Grinch fails to understand.
A new book of letters by Kurt Vonnegut shows his verbal wit, warmth toward his children, and anger at having his books pulled from a school curriculum.
On this week's episode we're airing our live conversation at the IU Cinema about From Here To Eternity.
On November 24, the Houston Grand Opera brings WFIU listeners Verdi's much-revised tale of the Inquisition.
On this week's episode, we're talking about the recent sale of LucasFilm and the Star Wars franchise to Disney.