This week on Artworks:
Annie Corrigan stops by a performance of some unconventional Hoagy Carmichael tunes in the Archives of Traditional Music’s Noon Concert and Lecture Series.
Also on the program,
The residents of Terre Haute’s Farrington’s Grove showcase their neighborhood’s historic homes during the holiday season as a way of getting to the heart of their preservation efforts.
And David Brent Johnson speaks with jazz pianist Luke Gillespie about the role Vince Guaraldi played in making “A Charlie Brown Christmas” a seasonal favorite.
Stories On This Episode
By George Walker - Dec 13, 2011
The musical whose spirit conquers the hard knock life.