Posts tagged church music

November 24, 2009

 

David Simon, Tom Roznowski, Church Musicians III: Handbells!

This week on Artworks, a conversation with The Wire's David Simon, the city of Terre Haute as it was in 1927, and ringing in the season with handbells.

November 17, 2009

 

Depression-Era Photographs, IU Costume Studio, Church Musicians 3

This week on Artworks, photos from the Farm Securities Administration of the '30s, a trip the IU Costume Studio, and a trip to the organ loft!

August 25, 2009

 

Inside the Costume Studio, “Tally’s Folly,” Church Musicians pt 1

This week on Artworks, we head inside the IU Costume Studio, visit director Tom Evans, explore the church choir at the Unitarian Universalist church.

April 14, 2009

 

Steven Montgomery, Oklahoma!, The Handbell Choir

This week on Artworks documentary film maker Steven Montgomery, IU Theatre’s new production of Oklahoma! and the final installment of our Church Musician’s series.

March 30, 2009

 

Tim Hardy, The Drowsy Chaparone, The Church Organ

This week on Artworks, veteran stage and screen actor Tim Hardy talks to WFIU’S Adam Schwartz about his recent two-week residency at IUPUI. WFIU’s George Walker discusses the Jacobs School’s upcoming performance of Frank Loesser’s “Most Happy Fella” with professor Timothy Noble. And in part three of our “Church Musicians” series, WFIU’s Annie Corrigan gets up close and personal with world of church organs from organist, composer and professor, Dr. Edwin Penhorwood.

March 3, 2009

 

Stage Combat, Maya Angelou, Spirit of Monroe County, The Church Choir

This week on Artworks, Adam Schwartz visits a stage combat class to find out how they keep it safe but realistic. George Walker speaks with author Maya Angelou about her Artsweek visit to Bloomington. And Annie Corrigan begins her multipart series on church musicians.

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