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Journey Indiana

Episode 316

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Ethel-and-Lorez

This week, I’ll introduce you to the music of two underrated female singers, revered among jazz aficionados: Lorez Alexandria and Ethel Ennis.

L. Renee

L. Renée reads "Becoming" and "Some Nights We Have the Moon."

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the French Lick West Baden Museum.

This week on Ether Game, we hob-nobbed with the rich and famous! Browse our playlist of classical music featuring celebrities.

Cast of Ordinary Days

A through-composed musical of two attractive couples with a happy ending.

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Nat King Cole would have turned 100 years old on March 17, 2019. This week, we chronicle the decade the propelled him to stardom.

Stick Fly at IU Theatre

Lydia R. Diamond's play based on the novel by Toni Morrison

Hartman and Prysock

Few singers had as much of an influence on the next generation as the baritone “Mr. E” Billy Eckstine. This week, we’ll explore the work of two of his protégés: Arthur Prysock and Johnny Hartman

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Stick Fly at IU Theatre

Lydia R. Diamond's play based on the novel by Toni Morrison

Hartman and Prysock

Few singers had as much of an influence on the next generation as the baritone “Mr. E” Billy Eckstine. This week, we’ll explore the work of two of his protégés: Arthur Prysock and Johnny Hartman

This week we celebrated Black History Month with a show of music by Black composers and performers.

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Janan Alexandra reads "return (ii)," "visit," and "body parts: a golden shovel."

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The Amplified Series by Rachel Lynett at the IU Department of Theatre, Drama and Contemporary Dance

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Part of the Box Series from Bloomington Playwrights Project

The Ether Game Brain Trust celebrates Groundhog Day and tries to discover if it is stuck in a time loop. Browse our playlist to celebrate the holiday.

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

We spun the color wheel again this month and landed on blue! Browse our Ether Game playlist for blue themed classical music.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Swope Art Museum in Terre Haute.

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Nancy Chen Long reads “Reverberation” and "Anniversary," both from her new book Wider than the Sky.

Ansley Valentine

Host Ashley Chilla speaks with actor, director, and theatre educator Ansley Valentine about the current state of “Zoom” theatre and the importance of diversity in arts education.

Mickey Piano

Beginning in the late 1930s, many of America’s best songwriters began to work for the Wonderful World of Disney. On this show, we’ll hear jazz interpretations of iconic Disney songs, sung by Louis Armstrong, Peggy Lee, and more.

Horace Parlan and Stanley Turrentine

Pittsburgh has produced many great jazz artists, and at the beginning of the 1960s two of them teamed up to make a notable series of albums for the Blue Note label.

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