Mrs. Sherlock Holmes, The Mirari Brass Quintet, Jonn Bunch

This week on Artworks, Mrs. Sherlock Holmes, the Mirari Brass Quintet, and a the life of jazz pianist John Bunch.

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The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.

Two-twenty-one-B Baker Street just got a little more crowded. Adam Schwartz speaks with an author that puts a new partner at the heart of the Sherlock Holmes universe… his equally-savvy, crime-solving wife!

Later in the program, Annie Corrigan speaks with two members of the Mirari Brass Quintet. We’ll also hear them performing an impromptu concert for unsuspecting shoppers at the Bloomington farmers market.

And David Brent Johnson will explore the life of an Hoosier-born jazz pianist whose career had him playing with the likes of Benny Goodman and Tony Bennet.

Stories On This Episode

Laurie R. King: A 20th Century Feminist Marries Sherlock Holmes

Laurie R. King

Adam Schwartz interviews Laurie R. King, author of a popular series of thrillers featuring the crime-busting team of Sherlock Holmes and Mary Russell.

The Many Musical Styles of The Mirari Brass Quintet

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The Mirari Brass Quintet is continuing the tradition of challenging what audiences might expect from a classical music performance.

Ensemble Caprice, Vivaldi And The Baroque Gypsies

caprice

There are a lot of things that people might not know, many more twists than you’d think about Vivaldi.

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