The 2014 winter/spring series features a world premiere opera, a renowned vocalist, and brand new music from two of Jacobs' flagship ensembles.
A six-time Grammy nominee, Wayne Wallace joined the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music faculty as a professor of practice in 2013.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for his work Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra, George Walker became the first African American man so honored.
On this week's episode we're discussing the Spring 2014 Underground film series playing at the IU Cinema.
While many comedians gets laughs by talking about sex or alcohol, Stewart Huff turns a classical music history lesson into a hilarious part of his stand-up act.
Lydia Lunch was just a teenager when she came to define Lower East Side cool. She has maintained a robust presence on the avant-garde ever since.
On this week's episode, we're chatting about this week's upcoming releases and talking about some films coming up at SXSW.
P.Q. Phan admits that comedy in the midst of a western style grand opera is a tricky thing.
...abstractions from the past crash down into the realities of the present...
In the wake of the actor's untimely death February 2, IU Cinema has organized a unique tribute designed to capture the breadth and intensity of his work.
On this week's episode, we dig into our Oscars Preview with James Paasche from CMCL and Craig Simpson from the Lilly Library.
The "Extensions of the Tradition" concert series from the African American Arts Institute highlights the broad spectrum of classical music by Black composers
An exhibition at IU's Lilly Library takes viewers back to the night William S. Burroughs performed onstage with a beloved Bloomington band.
We're back with part 2 of our Oscar preview, with James Paasche and Craig Simpson.