Richard Seraphinoff, IU Limestone Tour, Summer Music 2012

This week building your own natural horn, discovering limestone treasures on the IUB campus, and a preview of the acobs School's 2012 Summer Music series.

a reliefe of a man and a woman reaching over a sun.

Photo: Indiana Geological Survey

A bas relief by Robert Laurent adorns Ballantine Hall.

This week on Artworks, Richard Seraphinoff, Professor of Horn at Indiana University and master natural horn maker. Annie Corrigan stops by his studio to talk about what it takes to make an orchestra-worthy instrument.

Also on the program… Yaël Ksander reports from the annual Bloomington campus limestone tour to share some of the secrets that familiar landmarks are keeping in plain sight. At the Shawnee Theatre, a board game gets its night in the limelight. And the Jacobs School’s Summer Music series starts with Jazz on June 13th. Our arts intern Stephanie Hartono has a preview.

Stories On This Episode

In The Workshop With Natural Horn Maker Richard Seraphinoff

Richard Seraphinoff in his workshop

Indiana University professor Richard Seraphinoff balances teaching and performing with producing custom-made natural horns in his Bloomington, Indiana workshop.

Ivy Tech Bloomington Will Offer Fine Arts Degree

ivy tech john waldron arts center

The Commission of Higher Education has given the nod of approval for Ivy Tech Bloomington’s new two-year Associates of Fine Arts degre

Clue: A Board Game Comes To Life

poster for play

The Shawnee Theatre opens their fifty-third season with a musical based on the popular Parker Brothers’ board game.

Jacobs School of Music’s Summer Series 2012

a fountain sprays in front of a building

Summer Music series offers six weeks of concerts from jazz to Beethoven.

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