... assignations, whispered consultations and loud confrontations are the disorder of the evening...
There are too many concerts to mention them all, but here are a few you'll want on your calendar.
"I’ve tried to create flow of action through the scenes. It’s imperative that this world become very clear and very human." stage director Candace Evans
The Indiana University Opera Theater presents Philip Glass' protrayal of the biography of Pharoah Akhnaten.
Bucolic England has its relaxations and its tensions.
Benjamin Britten's comic "Albert Herring" brings the bucolic to the Buskirk-Chumley.
WFIU's featured artist for December is Arthur Fagen.
No, she's not a doctor......but she does play one!
Music Director Arthur Fagen discusses Mozart's third and final collaboration with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte and why it's not as well-known as the other two.
Trust your guy? Trust your girl? Mozart and Da Ponte say, "think again!"