George Walker speaks with Professor Emeritus at the Jacobs School of Music Murray Grodner, who began teaching double bass at IU in 1955.
George Walker speaks with Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and Spanish and Portuguese at IU-Bloomington Willis Barnstone.
George Walker speaks with theater organist, scholar, and IU alumnus Dennis James, the most acclaimed practitioner of the art of solo silent film accompaniment
George Walker interviews Dottie King, president of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
A rebroadcast of George Walker's 2003 interview with tuba master Harvey Phillips.
Dr. George List is one of the foremost ethnomusicologist in his field. At age 96, though the professor is now blind, he is still producing journal articles and reviews. He spoke with WFIU’s George Walker.
Matt Haimovitz is a classically skilled cellist who intertwines classical and contemporary music while performing on stage. He entertains in a wide variety of venues, including bars, coffeehouses, and punk rock clubs.
The Saint Louis Brass Quintet is one of America’s oldest standing brass quintets. It was formed in the early 1960s. The quintet is made up of horn player Thomas Bacon, tuba player Daniel Perantoni, and trumpet player Ray Sasaki.
Claude Baker is currently the Chair of the Department of Composition at the IU School of Music. He has composed for a variety of orchestras all across the country and his music has been played by symphonies all over the world.
Chilean born composer, pianist, and teacher Alfonso Montecino speaks with George Walker about his life and work.