"The music from the Met' radio broadcast is hard to hear because the audience is laughing so loud."
After his lip injury, Richard Seraphinoff had to adjust the trajectory of his musical career. Along the way, he built the courage to talk about his experiences.
A chance to explore the nature of this music, to see what it means to experience it today as we reflect on what it might have meant in the camp.
The energetic exuberance, the creative coping, the thrills of young love and the disappointments all to the music of a master of emotions.
Robert Mirabal tells of his frustration at not being able to communicate his visions, how ETHEL made it possible and what the DePauw Chamber Singers add.
Rossini was my friend since my childhood. He's like my buddy!, mezzo soprano Deniz Uzun
IU Opera Theater's Deniz Uzun has loved Rossini since she heard a Maria Callas recording when she was just eight, "He's my buddy!"
The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra says "M&M's are fine, but when you add their third "M" the sweetness goes ways up!"
Josh Berkau, a seventeen-year-old from Evansville with autism spectrum disorder, learned how to communicate through typing on an iPad
A glimpse into the creative process behind composer Daniel Powers' arrangement of "The Star-Spangled Banner," performed by the Carmel Symphony Orchestra