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Posts tagged classical music

December 15, 2009

 

Clint Needham, Dan Greenburg, The Sound of Music, IU Auditorium

This week on Artworks, two time ASCAP award winner Clint Needham, author and humorist Dan Greenburg, and a behind the scenes look at the IU Auditorium.

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!

June 1, 2009

 

Dr. Music’s Little Bands School, Angèle Dubeau, Alan Dunbar

This week on Artwork, Dr. Music's Little Band School, violinist Angèle Dubeau and Grieg Festival Young Artist Competition winner, baritone Alan Dunbar.

May 26, 2009

 

Chinese Art Song, Indiana University Summer String Academy

This week on Artworks, composer Paul SanGregory's Chinese art songs and the Jacobs School of Music's Summer String Academy.

May 19, 2009

 

Art Across the Americas, ¡Sacabuche!, Busman’s Holiday

This week on Artworks, Art Across the Americas, the music of the baroque trombone from ¡Sacabuche!, and street music with Busman’s Holiday.

May 12, 2009

 

Mei Zhong, What Gets You Jazzed?, IU Summer Music Festival

This week on Artworks, an Indiana professor of music who is trying to broaden the art song literature with music from her homeland of China. We’ll recap April’s Jazz Appreciation month survey “What gets you jazzed?” And a preview of the upcoming 2009 IU Summer Music Festival.

February 18, 2009

 

Scott Russell Sanders, Faculty Jazz, and a student recital journal

This week on Artworks, author and environmental activist Scott Russell Sanders talks about his book “Conservationist Manifesto” which will be published later this year by Indiana University Press. Also on the program, the West Baden Spring Hotel is filled with the sounds of the Indiana University Jazz Faculty, Peter Noble-Kuchera steps into the “otherworld” of the new film “Coraline,” and we’ll go behind the curtain as we explore what it’s like to prepare for a student recital.

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