Auer Hall Organ, Bluegrass Fest, National Anthem Singers

This week on Artworks, Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival in Beanblossom; the new C.B. Fisk Organ in Auer Hall. And what it's like to sing the national anthem.

This week on Artworks, we’ll found out what’s in store for this year’s Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival in Beanblossom, Indiana.  We’ll take a look at the new C.B. Fisk Organ being installed this year in the Jacobs School of Music’s Auer Hall. And if you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to stand in front of a crowd as you sing the national anthem, we’ve got an answer.

Stories On This Episode

C.B. Fisk Organ Moves Into Auer Hall

C.B. Fisk's Opus 135, will eventually become the center of attention in the Jacobs School's preeminent recital hall.

Crossroads Rep Theatre’s Much Ado about Nothing

Sometimes a male will be a male and at other times a female and visa versa.

The Home of the Brave: Performing the National Anthem

The National Anthem is harder to sing than one might imagine. And what must it be like to sing it alone in front of a crowd of people?

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