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Profiles

Author Tim O'Brien

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The Poets Weave

We Forgive You

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Michael Bayler – Hamlet  Anna Doyle – Ophelia  Isabelle Gardo – Gertrude

'Ah, this too, too tired flesh...'

Paul Motian album cover

In 1969 the 26-year-old German musician Manfred Eicher began what would become one of the world’s longest-running and most influential jazz labels, with a signature production approach that emphasized space and a roster of artists that included Keith Jarrett, Paul Motian, Chick Corea, and Gary Burton. 

Guitar Case

This Giving Tuesday, Ether Game explores the theme of "Charity" in classical music!

Julian Diaz-Granados, the leader of the newsies with Katie Swaney, the inquisitive reporter

The Cardinal Stage Company's Family Holiday Show

Joseph Kerschbaum

Joseph Kerschbaum reads “Clara, You Won’t See Spring,” “Living With and Without You,” “How the Years Pass Until It’s You,” and “Children Lost in Traffic.”

Creative Works bowling ball foam

The folks at Creative Works call themselves the "mad scientists" behind set pieces and props for laser tag, esports and more. On this episode, we'll take a look around the lab.

sheet music

Join the Ether Game Brain Trust in exploring the history of improvisation in classical music and its departure from the tradition.

geometry chalkboard

We're exploring the vertex between classical music and mathematics on this episode!

Susan Southard

Host Aaron Cain speaks with Susan Southard, author of "Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War," about how remembering the past can prevent catastrophes in the present.

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Salaam...New CD Mediterranean Nights

'We never discard anything, so our repertoire just grows and grows' Dena Elsaffar

Juliet and Romeo

'Oh, I am fortune's fool!' Romeo

Wedding Escape

J’accuse! It’s a scandalous week on Ether Game, exploring affairs and other acts of infidelity in classical music.

Hoagy and Lauren Bacall in To Have And Have Not

Hoagy Carmichael was already a successful songwriter when he moved to Hollywood in 1936, but it was the movies that made him a familiar face to millions,

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University Bloomington.

Juliet and Romeo...the Star-Crossed Lovers

A Musical Theatre Romeo and Juliet

Poets Terrance Hayes and Adrian Matejka

Indiana Poet Laureate Adrian Matejka speaks with acclaimed poet Terrance Hayes, author of the recent collection, "American Sonnets for my Past and Future Assassin.”

Jazzmeia Horn

A look at some new vocal jazz records by Jazzmeia Horn, Kurt Elling, and Harry Connick, Jr.

Paper Airplane

It's up, up and away on this lofty episode, looking at music all about flight!

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site in Indianapolis.

Carl Rosenthal (Dritter Knappe), Kristinn Sigmundsson (Gurnemanz), Renée Tatum (Kundry), and Gregory McClelland (Vierter Knappe).

Three chances for a historic moment celebrating IU's 200th anniversary.

Ash Mayfair

Janae Cummings speaks with writer/director Ash Mayfair, creator of the critically-acclaimed film, "The Third Wife."

Yazmin and Elliot in a Tender Moment

current aspirations and old baggage meet in creative ways

Kayla Eldridge with Gregory McClelland, 'Knights in Training' for 'Parsifal

enchanted castles, mysterious forests, magic spears, evil magicians, a sorceress ... and an innocent hero!

Venus Torso Statue

Our musical anatomy theme ends this week by looking inside to the music of hearts, lungs, and guts!

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