Saying it's like "Romeo and Juliette" is a bit of stretch, but there is love and there are two families.
The combination of the artistry of a maker, performers and composers, ...that's something special.
Outside it's 2013, but inside at the Shawnee Theatre it's 1954!
There was always something to look at while you listened.
The story of a young man who’s reluctantly looking for wisdom and an old man who has wisdom, but is reluctant to share it.
"Fauré has a way of exploring all kinds of harmonic possibilities," Sally Pinkas
"There's a way to impact people with the language of music, that we simply cannot do with words!" - Oboist Cynthia Green Libby
It's not the past, but the memory of the past that matters.
Most of the buzz was about the chance to see the Bloomington favorite Mike Price solo in Underneath the Lintel.
There’ll be other things to look at, but I’ll be the only thing moving! (Mike Price)