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Pat Ryan

Moya Andrews speaks with Pat Ryan, about her time as First Lady of Indiana University, and what it was like to be a student at a school where your husband is president.

Keith Collins and Christopher Armijo with the Bray Harp

They're back in town.

Minnesota Orchestra

Jorja Fleezanis was the Concert Master of the Minnesota Orchestra from 1989 to 2009.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Indiana University Museum of Art.

Mark Stryker

David Brent Johnson speaks with author and journalist Mark Stryker, about Jazz and cultural legacy in Detroit, and about what every art critic needs to know.

Mavis Rivers and Toni Harper

A deeper dive into some less familiar voices in pop music history, the late 1950s/early 1960s singers Mavis Rivers and Toni Harper.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Red Skelton Museum in Vincennes.

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Stan Getz At The Village Gate 1961

The past year gave us notable reissues and previously-unreleased recordings from John Coltrane, Nat King Cole, Stan Getz, Wes Montgomery, Eric Dolphy, Art Pepper and others.

Big sycamore tree.

On this edition of The Poets Weave, Alex Chambers reads "The Sandhill Cranes," "After the Chicken, Before the Peach," and "Among Deciduous Hardwoods."

Hygge

In celebration of the Christmas spirit, the Ether Game Brain Trust looks back at our Hygge themed Ether Game and presents an extra round of quizzing!

Lost Letters

Letters and their authors live in Jonathan Karpinos and Creighton Irons musical.

2019 into 2020

Before the ball drops, the Ether Game Brain Trust explores some important music news in the year the was!

Field of wheat.

Alex Chambers reads "Dreams of Perennial Wheat" and "Wrought."

Ken Winokur

Host Aaron Cain speaks with musician and composer Ken Winokur about his many musical projects, and how playing a frying pan in the Paris subway led him to create a different kind of orchestra.

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'It is really an extraordinary demonstration' Joseph Pulitzer to his boss

Carmen, Deepa Johnny entangles her Don Jose, Spencer Lawrence Boyd

'A 1983 adaptation of (George Bizet's ) 1875 opera based on an 1845 book based on an an anecdote from an acquaintance'

Pine Trees

Ether Game explores music about firs, cypresses, pine cones, and holly berries.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the West Baden Springs Hotel.

Blind cave fish.

Joseph Kerschbaum reads "Invention of Light (astyanax mexicanus)," "One of Us Has Changed (atmospheric convection)," "Endless Echoes (watching me watch you)," and "Let the Boat Go, Take My Hand (dry drowning)."

A graffiti mural on a wall of The Warehouse in Bloomington

In Bloomington, it's not uncommon to spot graffiti on the sides of buildings as you walk down city sidewalks. While some see it as vandalism, to the artists, it signifies expression and quiet rebellion.

Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley

We remember Nancy Wilson, who passed away one year ago at age 81

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