This week on Artworks,
Barry Magee is the director of Quarryland Men’s Chorus, an ensemble with a strong following in Bloomington and a mission that’s even stronger. In just a bit visit a Quarryland rehearsal and learn a little more about the ensemble.
Also on the program, two of the stars of the IU Opera Theatre’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” speak with WFIU’s George Walker about the ongoing production.
And Artworks’ contributor David Brent Johnson sits down with jazz icon, and co-founder of the Bloomington Jazz Fables series, Michael Weiss about the ins and outs of his student life at IU back in the 70s.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Oct 26, 2009
The Quarryland Men's Chorus sings for anyone anywhere, to spread their message of music, diversity, and acceptance. And they have so much fun in the process!