Former principal double bass for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Bransby has served as Professor of Double Bass at the IU Jacobs School of Music since 1986.
Almost two decades after his death, Beat writer William S. Burroughs is being feted by Bloomington literati on what would have been his 100th birthday.
An active composer and educator, Danielpour currently serves on the composition faculties of the Manhattan School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music.
Jeffrey Wolin's new show pairs photos of residents of Bloomington’s subsidized housing projects taken in the late 80s with their current portraits.
On this week's episode, we're discussing the Spring 2014 IU Cinema schedule.
Indianapolis man inhabits a role unique to this area: film collector, preservationist, historian.
Legendary singer Aaron Neville comes to the French Lick Resort, bringing with him a collection of doo wop tunes from his childhood
On this week's episode, we're covering the Spring 2014 City Lights series with programmers Jason Qualls, and Noelle Griffis.
"It's humanity's earliest record of its own voice. That in itself is pretty cool." - IU Professor Patrick Feaster on his work in "Pictures of Sound".
One of two IU faculty members to be nominated for a Grammy this year, Wallace is a committed educator and a proponent of the continued relevance of Latin jazz.
On this week's episode we're discussing The Burroughs Century series with James Paasche and Joan Hawkins.
Ed Bernstein’s subject is nothing less than the fate of Western civilization, and his dramatic imagery and art historical sources attest to his ambition.