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Archive for February 2018

February 1, 2018

review

Maria with the children

The Sound of Music : It Makes A Family

How do you solve a problem like Maria? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down?

February 5, 2018

review

the commedia del arte troupe with Ariadne

Ariadne Auf Naxos: Richard Strauss’s Two-Fer

There is a land where all is pure, the land of death! ...Ariadne/ Are we not both women, and does the same heart not beat in both our breasts ? ...Zerbinetta

February 5, 2018

interview

authors in bed

Sex with Strangers

Ethan admires Olivia, but she spurns those e-books that have been his road to success .

February 5, 2018

interview

violinist and composer with violin

A Fidl Fantazye with Noah Bendix-Balgley

"My Dad is an expert on folk dance and I've been around klezmer music all my life." Noah Bendix-Balgley, IU grad and concert master of the Berlin Philharmonic

February 6, 2018

interview

quartet

Barbershop Harmony On WFIU

it's the sound of America...in close four part harmony

February 6, 2018

podcast

Patrick Summers in a black shirt, conducting.

Profiles: Patrick Summers

WFIU's Aaron Cain speaks with conductor Patrick Summers, Artistic and Music Director of Houston Grand Opera

February 8, 2018

interview

photo of winner

Jumpstart’s 2018 Innovation Competition Winner

"La Capitana is an opera project exploring identity politics and focusing on creating a diverse and sustainable audience for the art form." Alejandra Martinez

February 11, 2018

review

actors

Sex with Strangers: The Morning After

It's impossible to measure love, ...but I have been thinking a lot about the problem ... Alfred Kinsey

February 14, 2018

interview

dramatic picture

Machinal: When Murder Seems The Only Answer

"When you read this play, everything explodes off the page!" director James

February 15, 2018

interview

interviewees and interviewer

Lucia di Lammermoor: Betrayal, Madness And Mayhem

Lucia, "It's a real tour de force!" Kellie Motter: Edgardo, "It's the perfect tenor role!" Joseph McBrayer

February 19, 2018

feature

Students conduct an interview for the “Stories of Peace” project.

Stories of Peace

Documenting MLK’s “Beloved Community” in Bloomington

February 20, 2018

interview

logo

Salon Latino: New Music by Latin American Composers

"We are more than a museum, where our memories rest in peace" composer Luis Ruelas

February 22, 2018

interview

two actors

Stages Bloomington Ventures Into The Woods

Be careful of what you wish for! Stephen Sondheim

February 23, 2018

interview

Bharti Kher

Artist Bharti Kher Opens Exhibit at Grunwald Gallery

The Grunwald Gallery presents Messengers, an exhibition of paintings, sculpture and works on paper by internationally known artist Bharti Kher

February 23, 2018

review

heroine and tormentor

Machinal: Reportage Becomes Theatre

"...no money - money - George H. Jones - money - Mrs. George H. Jones - money - no work - no worry - free!" ...the Young Woman

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