This week on Artworks:
Composer and Jacobs School of Music doctoral fellow Clint Needham was recently awarded his second Morton Gould Young Concert Composer Award for his take on the 2008 election. We’ll talk to Needham about his 2008 Chamber Symphony.
Also on the program:
The IU Opera Theater seasons officially gets underway this weekend with the opening of Rossini’s “Italian Girl in Algiers” and we’ll talk to conductor Arthur Fagen about the production.
And Artworks’ Yaël Ksander profiles a Bloomington-based a cappella ensemble who will be taking the stage as part of the internationally celebrated Lotus Festival of World Music and the Arts this weekend.
Stories On This Episode
By David Wood - Sep 22, 2009
There are several competitions it’s expected a young composer will enter, And it’s quite an honor to receive one award, not to mention the same one twice!
By George Walker - Sep 24, 2009
The Indiana University Opera Theater opens their 2009-10 with Gioachino Rossini’s the Italian girl in Algiers, (l'Italiana in Algeri).
By Josephine McRobbie - Sep 15, 2009
Community members join forces to create art in an open and welcoming environment at the Collaboration Room.