This week on Artworks,
Indiana University Professor and the bass trombonist of the Indiana University Festival Orchestra Dee Stewart talks about the challenge of playing one of the loudest and most prominent instruments in the orchestra – and doing it perfectly! He also talks with us about how a children’s toy has improved the playing of many a’ trombone student.
Also on the program,
George Walker speaks with the star of the Shawnee Theatre’s final production for the summer, The Man Who Came to Dinner.
And get your marching shoes ready for an band that’s taking their music out of the stuffy concert halls and onto the streets!
That’s all just ahead on Artworks.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Jul 27, 2010
Dee Stewart makes his living playing and teaching bass trombone, but he’s played just about every instrument in the low brass family.
By George Walker - Jul 26, 2010
Sheridan Whitesides, theater critic, columnist and radio personality, is a perfect role for Josh Carroll: acerbic, curmudgeonly, and magnetic.
By Megan Meyer - Aug 3, 2010
The members of Jefferson Street Parade Band are bringing some fanfare flair to Bloomington -- because this band is a marching band!