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Ether Game

Composer In Residence

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Harp

Some favorite harp pieces from the Ether Game Brain Trust.

Astronomer Caty Pilachowski

A conversation with Astronomer Caty Pilachowski, about diversity in the sciences, the future of telescopes, and the beginning of everything.

“Baltimore Oriole,” “Skylark,” “A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square” and other songs about birds from the Great American Songbook.

fencing duel

This week the Brain Trust picks 5 epic duels in classical music

cadillac car

The playlist for our 'Hit The Road' episode, exploring the connection between classical music and cars

Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Depot Museum and Art Gallery in Beverly Shores.

Fritz Breithaupt

Fritz Breithaupt, director of the IU Experimental Humanities Laboratory, talks about what classical music concerts, Stockholm syndrome, Nietzsche, Schindler's List, and helicopter parents can teach us about the dark sides of empathy.

Jamaal Baptiste 7/5/19 Jazz in July

In case you missed any Jazz in July performance this year or just want to hear the bands again, here are all four 2019 concerts.

Music-Art-Food

'There will be great music, wonderful art and food...the exclamation point of any festival!' Executive Director, Jordanna Greenberg

actor Steve Scott as the murderer

A ten year old girl is murdered and we hear about it from her mother, and the murderer and a psychiatrist.

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Cover of Jazz From Detroit book

It’s a city known for the automobile industry and the soul-pop legacy of Motown Records, but Detroit is also a great jazz capital.

friendship bracelet

The playlist for Ether Game's "Famous Friendships" episode, looking at some musical friends.

Hopeful Butterfly by Linda Barrett

For decades, the old Methodist Church in Martinsville, IN, was a place for the community to congregate. Now revitalized as an Art Sanctuary, resident artists are keeping that spirit alive. And as artists pass through the doors, each of them leaves behind a bit of themselves in their work.

Game Boy closeup

Chiptune allows artists to celebrate the sounds of retro games while embracing the limitations of the hardware that makes it.

Tony Bennett Bill Evans

An exploration of legendary jazz pianist Bill Evans and his few sessions with singers Tony Bennett, Lucy Reed, Helen Merrill and Mark Murphy.

Harvey G. Cohen

David Brent Johnson speaks with Cultural Historian Harvey G. Cohen, author of Duke Ellington’s America, about how music and cinema are good for more than just entertainment.

Anvil

The playlist for the "Heavy Metal" episode, all about metallic music!

beach-cocktail

Lay back and enjoy some summertime tunes from the Great American Songbook!

Apollo 11 launch NASA

Just a few years before the Space Race, the people who would help win it were university students in Indiana with no plans of leaving the Earth.

Beach

Some traditional songs of the season, like "Summer Wind," "Summertime," and "Too Darn Hot."

Apollo 11

The lunar playlist for our "Man On The Moon" episode of Ether Game, in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11

Episode 202

Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Vigo County Historical Society Museum in Terre Haute.

gold record

What piece is the top dog in classical music? We try to figure it out on this week's Ethercast

Album cover of Curtis Counce

In the 1950s and 60s the race for space loomed large in the cultural imagination, and jazz artists such as Duke Ellington and Sun Ra picked up on the theme.

Seymour with the plant

It's a show with a terrific cast, great direction a wonderful set and costumes.

Hon. Geoffrey G. Slaughter

U Law Professor Steve Sanders speaks with Indiana Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey G. Slaughter, about recent cases the court has heard, and what goes into making a ruling.

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