What happens when a Harvard-trained composer and a New York violinist/lyricist/poet create the world's first sitcom opera?
Soprano Sylvia McNair returned to the WFIU on-air studio for a candid conversation about her time as an announcer and her career as a musician.
IU Alumna Angela Brown returns to Bloomington with her one woman show.
New classical recordings are graduating at the top of their class in May.
WFIU will feature music composed by Libby Larsen throughout the month of March.
Recent recordings have given a lot of emphasis to Vivaldi’s music for the violin. This week let’s take different route.
Exploring two very different aspects of female sexuality is the multi-media experience “Annunciation + Visitiation.”
Starting a career in music takes more than just hours of practicing. Opera singer Amanda Biggs is trying to turn talent into dollar signs and a profession.
Actor Michael Cary planned on a career in international economics. His senior project was an analysis of Asian financial criss. Then the theatre bug bit.
For music lovers in Southern and Central Indiana, this summer’s IU Jacobs School of Music's Summer Music Festival will certainly be something exciting.