Jazz educator Monika Herzig and other musicians and educators are bringing Indiana's heritage jazz to life for area school children.
Recent studies at McGill University give evidence that we are biologically programmed to listen to music.
Saxophonist and composer Al Cobine donned many hats in his working career as a musician, including a close relationship with IU's Singing Hoosiers.
Tune in tonight to “Can’t get Indiana off my mind: the Al Cobine Story" on WFIU.
The members of Jefferson Street Parade Band are bringing some fanfare flair to Bloomington -- because this band is a marching band!
Camp SOUL educates teens about the evolution of African-American musical styles, from traditional gospel to 1960s jazz, to modern soul and hip-hop.
The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.
April is Jazz Appreciation Month. Each week WFIU features a prominent jazz artist. This week: legendary singer and songwriter Billie Holiday.
WFIU’s Joe Bourne will feature music by Brent Wallarab throughout the month of April on his weekday afternoon program Just You and Me.
Live at the Station features a set of standards, including "Have You Met Miss Jones," "Con Alma," and "Stompin' at the Savoy." None of it was planned.