The Polish harpist is a member of the faculty at the Jacobs School of Music.
On this week's episode, we're talking to student filmmaker Russell McGee about his work. Russell just won Best Narrative Feature at the Iris film festival.
Indiana University Opera Theater's "Xerxes" aims to catch your eye, your ear, and your sense of humor.
Lauridsen is a popular composer of contemporary choral music.
"The Truman Show's" Seahaven was always a picture of a fairy tale land, in this new incarnation it also sings.
We speak with anthropologist Adrienne Kaeppler of the Smithsonian Institution about the Holophusicon, a pioneering 18th-century natural history museum.
Sometimes, the written word, isn't the last word...
In this week's episode, we're covering the Oscars with Craig Simpson from the Lilly Library, and Communication and Culture Grad student James Paasche.
WFIU welcomed the members of the Jacob School's ensemble-in-residence during Classical Music with George Walker on February 12.
Hollywood's enfant terrible, actor and film maker Crispin Glover hosts two evenings at the IU Cinema, featuring live performance and a film screening.
The "high-flying hit” comes to Bloomington Friday and Saturday, February 15 and 16.
On this week's episode, we're covering the big Oscar categories with James Paasche and Craig Simpson.
The Indiana University Opera Theater presents Philip Glass' protrayal of the biography of Pharoah Akhnaten.
Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama presents Sheridan’s classic comedy.
Orson Welles on the threat of technology, woodchucks in doll clothes, and bicycle safety complete with monkey masks—all from the IU Film Archive.
The modern percussion quartet performs live and talks about their own fusion of classical, popular, and even world music genres.
The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra led by Charles Latshaw continues their “Clap When You Feel Like It!" season with Tiaras and Tragedy.
On this week's episode, we're discussing the Double Exposure event at the IU Cinema mixing student film and student composers.
"I’ve tried to create flow of action through the scenes. It’s imperative that this world become very clear and very human." stage director Candace Evans