The songs are surprising...they just sort of sneak up on you!
‘more intrigue and deceit than a Hollywood marriage’
The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic presents a 'big band evening' with saxophonist Richie Cole and the vocal group Five by Design.
Benjamin Britten's comic "Albert Herring" brings the bucolic to the Buskirk-Chumley.
The boy, the girl and a door that's not a door in Michael Lluberes's play!
On this week's episode we've got James Paasche and Craig Simpson in the studio to talk about the Oscars.
A pair of actors playing a slick New Yorker and a fuzzy Mid-Westerner hammer out a scene together.
Purists objected to Kaia's pairing of a shape note hymn and Radiohead. "What have you done to our music?" wrote Youtube viewers. "Who do you think you are?"
A new exhibit at the Kinsey Institute gallery looks at love and sex in wartime.
Sylvia McNair teams up with IU's Latin American Music Center for an hour of conversation and musica del amor.
A promo photo from the production of Valmont's dream and Merteuil's night mare.
Music for the instrument before and after "the explosion" of the 70s.
On this week's episode we continue our discussion of the 2012 Oscar Nominations with James Paasche and Craig Simpson.
Bucolic England has its relaxations and its tensions.
Crome knits sweater, socks, and gloves with complex full-color designs—all at one-twelfth the scale of normal knit objects.
A project about reconstructing physical space that currently exists entirely online will be taken up in a physical exhibition at Monroe County History Center.
As part of National Condom Week, local designers are using 500 condoms to create garments that will be on display at the first Condom Fashion Show.
On this week's episode it's all movie reviews, including Pina, The Grey and Contagion.
I never think it should be played the same way twice.