This week on Artworks:
Hear how James Pellerite’s nearly six decades of classical flute performing and teaching were just a precursor to his life’s calling, the Native American flute.
Also on the program,
Yaël Ksander reports from WonderLab, where fire-dancers, glassblowers and metalsmiths sparked patrons’ imaginations about the art-science connection.
The ensemble Voces Novae explores the many ways grief and loss are expressed through settings of a particular Psalm text.
And an eclectic band of musicians set up on a Kirkwood Avenue street corner to entice onlookers to their upcoming concert.
Stories On This Episode
By Adam Schwartz - Mar 2, 2011
Former classical flutist James Pellerite is on a mission to take the Native American flute where it's never gone before.
By Rachel Lyon - Mar 3, 2011
Here's a look at what's in the limelight for the week of February 28 in national arts news.
By George Walker - Mar 4, 2011
Whether it's sung as Al naharot bavel sham, Super Flumina Babylonis, Willow or By the Waters, Psalm 137 is a universal lament.
By Annie Corrigan - Mar 2, 2011
When the Extraordinaires were in Bloomington last fall, they performed their eclectic music for unsuspecting pedestrians on a downtown street corner.