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Dominick DiOrio

Host Aaron Cain speaks with conductor and composer Dominick DiOrio about how directing and writing for choirs inspires him, and about what motivates him as a composer.

Milan Babic and Tiffany Choe...Figaro and Suzanna

Comeuppances, the Count gets a cold and Figaro a rather warmer one, from the clever Susanna.

Only The Lonely

Was “Heat Wave” an Irving Berlin song or a Motown song? Was “In The Still of the Night” a Cole Porter song or a doo-wop song? This week, we explore common confusions in the Great American Songbook.

cyrille aimee

A conversation with French-born jazz singer Cyrille Aimée about her latest album of all songs by composer Stephen Sondheim

Welcome to Night Vale cover

We talk with 'Welcome to Night Vale' co-creator and writer Jeffrey Cranor about the podcast's new live show. We do not talk about the Dog Park. Do not think about the Dog Park.

A list of composers who dropped out of school, only to find success in music.

I Heart Pizza Summit City Showdown

John Springer has spent the past 11 years combining his great loves: pizza, the Sega Genesis, and his hometown of Fort Wayne. Here's how he plans to make them come together.

the 20s all ready to roar

'you can't repeat the past' Nick Carraway 'Can't repeat the past? Why of course you can' Jay Gatsby

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Artists Karen Baldner, Sean Starowitz, Morgan Stephenson

works by more than fifteen area artists from the Bloomington area in an exhibit organized by the Grunwald Gallery and sponsored by Themester 2019, an initative of the IU College or Arts and Sciences

The Hollywood Blacklist didn’t only affect the film industry. On this episode, a look at the repercussions the blacklist had on musicians in the 1950s, like Lena Horne, Harry Belafonte, and Yip Harburg.

Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck and Zakir Hussain at the IU Auditorium

Edgar Meyer, Bela Fleck, Rakesh Zakir Hussain and flutist Rakesh Chaurasia

rosie-riveter

For Labor Day, Ether Game looks at work songs and music about labor!

Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Mascot Hall of Fame in Whiting, IN.

Getz Gilberto

In Brazil, singer and guitarist João Gilberto was known as “O Mito” ("The Legend") and the man who invented the bossa nova sound. Gilberto passed away in July at age 88.

Captain Janeway headshot Kate Mulgrew

A Bloomington-based group is seeking funding to memorialize a fan-favorite Star Trek captain - technically, one who hasn’t been born yet.

gavel

For back-to-school week, Ether Game looks at principles, precepts, tenets, and doctrines in classical music.

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

David Ossman and Phil Proctor

Host Aaron Cain speaks with David Ossman and Phil Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, about redefining everything you know about comedy for more than 50 years.

Stage Manager Sammy Ireland andActor Noel Koontz, Klov

'Beckett was fascinated by clowns, the funny ones and the serious ones.' Noel Koontz

Victrola

"The Song Is You," "The Song Is Ended," "I Poured My Heart Into The Song," and other songs about music on this episode.

Courtney Lucien, Daisy with Michael Bayler, Gatsy

Daisy, is sometimes sincere and always a romantic

house

The playlist for our "Composer In Residence" show, looking at the homes of different composers.

Harp

Some favorite harp pieces from the Ether Game Brain Trust.

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