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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Harrison Center in Indianapolis.

The Choreography Project

Choreographers from IU Ballet collaborate with composers to create original works.

Glenn Gass

WFIU's Mark Chilla talks to Dr. Glenn Gass about the legacy of The Beatles

Tony Bennett Cloud 7

This week, we explore the early artistry of the great Tony Bennett, listening to excerpts from the LPs he recorded for Columbia Records in the 1950s and early 1960s.

Miles Davis and Bill Evans

In 1958 trumpeter Miles Davis brought a new pianist named Bill Evans into his sextet who stayed only a few months, but whose influence helped spark one of the most artistically notable and commercially successful albums in the history of jazz.

This week, the Ether Game Brain Trust found its sea legs with a show about sailing and classical music

Austin Araujo, poet

Austin Araujo reads "Back on Her Feet," "The Window," "Reading," "Watching Him Cross," and "Driftwood."

Out, out brief candle...La Boheme at IU

A Covid-Safe production that still satisfies!

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This week, we wander the countryside in search of the music of the people. Browse our playlist of folk-inspired classical music.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Harrison Center in Indianapolis.

"Dilate Your Heart" Spoken Word Album, with poetry by Ross Gay

A new spoken word album, with poetry by Ross Gay, uncovers soaring joys hiding amid the shadows of sorrow.

Wizard of Oz Film Poster

E.Y. “Yip” Harburg wrote words to some of the most memorable songs in American culture, including “Over The Rainbow” and “It’s Only A Paper Moon” all while staying true to his beliefs. We’ll explore his catalog this week.

andre previn on album cover

Jazzing Broadway songs, scoring movies, conducting classical music: Andre Previn could do it all before he'd even turned 30.

Measure for Measure at Indiana State

Director Julie Dixon offers an outdoor/zoom production honoring the Me-To-Movements where Angelo and Isabella switch roles, with Wednesday and Friday the traditional text, Thursday and Friday it's Angela and Isaiah for a fresh look!

This week, we quizzed on music for public consumption. Browse our playlist of the people's music.

Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Wabash County Historical Museum.

The Forgotten Castle

Forgotten Clefs, the Renaissance Wind Band, presents Travis Jonker's story with illustrations by Mark Pett. Narrator is Vicky King and Ibb is the dancer Destiny Walton

Dr. Patrick O'Meara

We remember the late IU Vice President Emeritus Patrick O'Meara, a frequent "Profiles" host, and a key figure in Indiana University's international engagement

Nine rounds of Ether Game for the first nine gifts of the Twelve Days of Christmas. Browse our playlist for a classical Christmas carol playlist.

Rania Matar

Lebanese-born American Photographer Rania Matar speaks about her life and work with Elliot Reichert, the Eskenazi Museum's first curator of Contemporary Art.

poet Janan Alexandra

Janan Alexandra reads "return" (a poem in seven parts).

Christmas Tree

This Christmas night, relax at the end of a stressful year with some holiday songs to soothe your soul, sung by Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and more.

Famous births, premieres and notable concerts. Check out our playlist of significant events in classical music that occurred on December 22nd.

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