A Jacobs School workshop helps performers embrace their stage fright, and the award-winning composer Joan Tower discusses her music and career.
One of classical music’s greatest cellists ever has passed away. We'll profile Starker’s career and the legacy he leaves behind.
How do you get 70 amateurs ready for a choral masterwork? And a viral video originally conceived as a little more than an encore takes on a life of its own.
This week we’re talking about the contemporary music scene in Bloomington as it exists outside the walls of the Jacobs School of Music.
An impromptu YouTube clip Jenn Cristy performing a track from her new CD has gone viral, so we Invited the local singer-songwriter into WFIU studios.
The powwow kicks off a series of activities during National American Indiana Heritage Month.
Percussionist and YouTube phenom Evan Chapman talks about his percussion covers, his dream job, and his debut solo album.
When and why does a conductor choose to focus on being an educator rather than a "maestro?" Cliff Colnot tells Annie Corrigan on this week's Artworks.
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.
This week, reversing that gaze at the Kinsey Gallery, a new director for the Singing Hoosiers, and powering through performance anxiety.