IU's Hoo Shir A Capella sings Al Ha Nisim, We thank you for the miracle and the redemption and the mighty deeds.
...a fully realized story with the mythic power of a folktale!
The modern percussion quartet performs live and talks about their own fusion of classical, popular, and even world music genres.
Big Freedia and her bounce music dance party bring a little bit of New Orleans to Bloomington.
Rock legend Wanda Jackson and San Francisco-based Papercuts visit Bloomington venues, while area hip-hop artists perform a benefit for Rhino's All-Ages Club.
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 Windfall Dancers provides a space for young and old alike to get active. Their studio includes two sprung dance floors, which is unique to Bloomington.
Indianapolis-based musician David Adamson was inspired by urban plight, zombies, and the battle between good and evil while writing his latest record.