Luke Gillespie, Family Dance, La Rondine, Looking At Sculpture

This week on Artworks, Luke Gillespie talks serendipity and a new CD, Adam Schwartz explores some outdoor art, and Annie Corrigan gets a lesson in do-si-dos.

This week on Artworks,

David Brent Johnson sits down with jazz pianist Luke Gillespie to talk about music, serendipity, and a new CD.

George Walker reviews the IU Opera Theater production of La Rondine

Then, put on a heavy coat and some gloves and join us out in the elements as Adam Schwartz explores some outdoor art.

And later in the program, Annie Corrigan get a lesson in right allemandes and do-si-dos.

Stories On This Episode

Swing Your Parents Round! The Family Dance Series Is For Everyone

The Family Dance

There are few events in town that give parents and kids the same experience. The Family Dance Series gets everyone moving to the beat.

MOSAIC Film Festival Aims To Educate And Entertain

mosaic film festival logo

The 3rd annual MOSAIC Film Festival addresses issues of poverty, homelessness, and disability through a variety of short films for adults and children.

Arts Writer Dianne Durante On Sculpture’s Forgotten Delights

Dianne Durante

New York writer Dianne Durante has spent countless hours gazing at and photographing the public sculptures and monuments that inspire, provoke, and amuse her.

The Luke Gillespie Trio: Live At The Station

Luke Gillespie

Live at the Station features a set of standards, including "Have You Met Miss Jones," "Con Alma," and "Stompin' at the Savoy." None of it was planned.

A Soprano ‘Swallow’s A Challenging Role In Puccini’s “La Rondine”

"I think Puccini's heroines are stronger than Verdi’s. Magda's every bit as strong and self-deluded as Tosca or Madama Butterfly.”

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