WFIU features Leonard Slatkin as September's Artist of the Month.
"The job of the principal flutist is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde thing," says Jacobs School of Music Professor of Flute Kate Lukas.
Associate professor of bassoon at the IU Jacobs School of Music, Kathleen McLean says, "People have always said the bassoon sounds like the human soul."
Dee Stewart makes his living playing and teaching bass trombone, but he’s played just about every instrument in the low brass family.
The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.
Evelyn Glennie has been the queen of the percussion world for years. She shows no sign of stopping now.
"I haven't met a whole lot of people who have really listened to classical guitar music and not fallen in love with it."
Composers are often drawn to the natural world as a source of inspiration for their works. They then create sound environments to depict the world around them.
On December 5th at two o'clock, the Jacobs School of Music's Early Music Institute will perform a rendering of the Christmas story like none other.
In the past, I’ve actually had someone else listen to and select the final takes, but this time I did it my self and the final product did benefit.