Adam Schwartz speaks with acclaimed violinist Stanley Ritchie about his guide to Baroque violin technique and style.
In a sea of great live music, here’s a list to ease some of that “show decision” anxiety.
Maybe rocking musicals started with "Hair" in 1967, but "American Idiot" comes from a real band's CD. It's more in the "Tommy" mold.
Filmmaker Alison Klayman's gained unprecedented access to Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei in the creation of her first documentary.
American Idiot, a musical with the heart of a rocker and the soul of a balladier.
Chicago based actor Dan Rodden joins the Cardinal Stage Company for the production playing attorney Atticus Finch.
On this week's episode we're inviting CMCL grad student David Church and SLIS grad student Sean Smalley to discuss the Midnight Movie series.
On this week's episode, we're inviting Professor Greg Waller on the show to talk about the Werner Herzog visit this week at the IU Cinema.
The Ohio folk/indie rockers will perform in Bloomington, Indiana in support of their upcoming album 'Occasion for Song'.
Landlocked Music's aisles of CDs and vinyl turned into a concert venue for fans of all ages when The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band came to town.
...a story of gentle, thoughtful, almost embarrassed bravery driven by love...
“I remember as a kid seeing 'The Giant Gila Monste'r on TV and thinking, some day I’d like to remake that.” - director Jim Wynorski
It's a comedy, it's a tragedy, it's a ghost story...it's "Don Giovanni."
On this week's episode we're inviting CMCL professor Susan Seizer to talk about her new film Road Comics: Big Work On Small Stages.
Saturday night’s audience applauded warmly and most awarded a standing ovation.
"I can ensure audiences that they won’t have seen anything like it before." director Murray McGibbon
Four years since starting a career in comedy, Jamison Raymond has won the Fourth Annual Comedy Festival. But he says he's still got a lot to learn.
A ten-by-ten foot scrapyard angel will be suspended from the aptly named "Auto Heaven" building.
The IU Art Museum kicks off its Coffeehouse Nights series with plenty of culture and caffeine