Internationally renowned composer, guitarist and conductor, Leo Brouwer has become a major figure in Cuba's music establishment.
Aaron Travers and Arthur Liou collaborate on a piece of art that emulates bioluminescence, and the resulting presentation provides an otherworldly experience.
The "Extensions of the Tradition" concert series from the African American Arts Institute highlights the broad spectrum of classical music by Black composers
P.Q. Phan admits that comedy in the midst of a western style grand opera is a tricky thing.
Awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1996 for his work Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra, George Walker became the first African American man so honored.
The 2014 winter/spring series features a world premiere opera, a renowned vocalist, and brand new music from two of Jacobs' flagship ensembles.
An active composer and educator, Danielpour currently serves on the composition faculties of the Manhattan School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music.
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.
After canceling the annual Christmas With The Pops, organizers are coming to terms with the difficulty of sustaining a professional orchestra in Bloomington.
One of the busiest women in classical music takes a moment to reflect on Menahem Pressler's profound impact on chamber music and her life.