Annie Corrigan sits down with senior jazz major and tenor saxophonist Hunter Diamond to figure out why he’s spending so much time learning how to play the flute and clarinet.
Also on the program,
Rachel Lyon speaks with poet Rigoberto Gonzalez about his work, and asks him to read selections from his book “Black Blossoms.”
We’ll speak to the director of a new documentary film about the famed Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem that’s going to be screened this week at the IU Cinema.
And a local guitarist joins forces with a string quartet to “conjure up sounds and experiences that are Latin American and Spanish and Gypsy, and really just be a bit of fun.”
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Mar 27, 2012
Jazz major Hunter Diamond likes a challenge, which might be why he is spending a significant amount of practice time learning two new instruments.
By Rachel Lyon - Mar 27, 2012
"I wanted to write in proximity to these lives because they are part of my community. So many of their anxieties were anxieties that I shared."
By George Walker - Mar 29, 2012
"...guitarists missed so much by not being an integral part of chamber music..." Petar Jankovic
By Adam Schwartz - Mar 28, 2012
An interview with the director of a new documentary film about Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem, whose stories inspired the Broadway musical Fiddler on the Roof.