Love And War, Kaia’s “Freedom Land,” Square Dancing

This week, love and sex in wartime, Kaia releases their first studio recording, Albert Herring takes the stage at the BCT, and square dancing is alive and well.

This week, on Artworks:

Yaël Ksander speaks to a few of the members of the Bloomington-based female vocal ensemble Kaia as they prepare to release their first studio recording.

Also on the program,

Square dance caller Michael Ismerio talks about the popularity of old time music and makes the argument that this is actually not a new phenomenon.

George Walker speaks with the two young tenors cast in the title role in the IU Opera Theater’s production of Albert Herring.

And Adam Schwartz visits the Kinsey Institute Gallery‘s exhibit that shows how sexuality and warfare intersect.

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