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Florence Price BSO

The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra will be performing - and discussing - works of the twentieth-century composer Florence Price in late October.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from Conner Prairie in Hamilton County.

Gloria d’Angeli by Marco Bigio, 1530-1570.

This week on Harmonia, we’ll explore the magical sound of the cornetto. Plus, our featured release is A Delicate Fire: Music of Barbara Strozzi.

Pebbles in hand

Rose Zinnia reads their poem "Earth Hurt, Earthhurt, Earth Hurt, Earth/Hurt."

Eydie Gorme and Los Panchos

For National Hispanic Heritage Month, we’ll be exploring the influence of Latin music on the American jazz and pop singers in the 1950s, including Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, Anita O’Day and more.

Browse our playlist for this week's Ether Game.

Wedding of Louis XIV

We’ll hear music from a few famous weddings of the Renaissance and Baroque.

Center of a daisy

Rose Zinnia reads their poem "Joi in Our Birthroot (Nonbinary)."

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Haan Museum in Lafayette.

After several weeks of nautical-themed shows, the Ether Game Brain Trust takes to the air! Browse this week's flight-themed playlist.

Mrs. Harrison

A play by R. Eric Thomas where two classmates from ten years ago come together in a rest room to talk about the success of the play.

The Abandoned by Sandro Botticelli

This week, we’re exploring one of “greatest hits” of the Renaissance: a love song called “Je suis desheritée,” and we’ll hear settings by composers as famous as Lassus and Gombert. Plus, we’ll feature Ensemble Dragma’s recording Song of Beasts: Fantastic Creatures in Medieval Songs.

Magic Flute

Jason Edelstein and Lucas Newman-Johnson alternating in the role.

Magic Flute

The classic tale of the struggle between good and evil---represented by the High Priest Sarastro and the nasty Queen of the Night.

Early 16th century manuscript of Missa de Beata Virgine.

500 years after his death, Josquin des Prez looms large in our musical memory. This week on Harmonia, we’ll explore music by the Franco-Flemish master and composers he influenced. Plus, our featured release is J.G. Graun: Chamber Music from the Court of Frederick the Great.

Browse our playlist for this week's show

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Haan Museum in Lafayette.

Jean-Marc Nattier's painting Terpsichore, Muse of Music and Dance, 1739

This week on Harmonia, we’re celebrating four hundred years of music by Michael Praetorius. His music for dance delights us—and today’s performers never fail to amuse us with new combinations of instruments including viols, recorders, and crumhorns. Plus, our featured release is “Mercy au Mort” performed by Ferrara Ensemble.

Postcard image of the Rex Theatre in Leland, MS.

In the 1930s America had more movie theaters than it did banks. Priorities.

Every Brilliant Thing

A seven year old girl tries to convince her mother not to commit suicide...and it progresses!

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