"Many of us, we included thought of Debussy as light and filmy, but there's quite another side, especially in his En Blanc et Noir." Jungwha Moon Auer
"A free performance featuring a wide variety of dance styles and a Q&A on stage, immediately afterward. It's a perfect opportunity to explore one of the country's finest arts..."
The 2018 Bloomington Early Music Festival reaches new heights through collaborations with both local and national organizations.
Local chamber choir Voces Novae premieres a movement from The Vonnegut Reqiuem as part of the Granfalloon.
Jacobs School of Music students learn how to build and repair stringed instruments from Professor Tom Sparks, who is retiring at the end of this semester.
I’m George Walker for WFIU Arts. West Side Story opened this weekend at the IU Opera Theater. When the show debuted on Broadway in 1957 I was just about the age of Baby John, the youngest member of the Jets. My friends and I spent a lot of time listening to the gang’s “Officer Krupke” […]
WFIU's Aaron Cain interviews violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley, concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic.
Conductor John Butt and violinist Bojan Cicic discuss J.S. Bach's monumental Johannes-Passion
"Joys and sorrows play out vividly in the music, exciting singers and moving audiences ever since the premiere." program notes by Kirby Haughland
"We are more than a museum, where our memories rest in peace" composer Luis Ruelas