"...the sadder, but wiser girl for me..." Professor Harold Hill
IU Summer Band concerts have been drawing crowds for more than 50 years.
“It's like I'm in school mode all the time. I'm always feeling like I should be working or doing something,” says freshman bassoon student Meridith Wright.
It’s hard to imagine a better musical with which to start the summer.
When the Extraordinaires were in Bloomington last fall, they performed their eclectic music for unsuspecting pedestrians on a downtown street corner.
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band wanted to come home to Indiana to ring in the new year. Their show at the Bluebird is sure to be a family affair.
Their fans love them. Their live shows are raucous events. Their new album is creating a buzz. And oh yeah... they're all girls. The Ladyquakes!
Our first recording for March comes is another release from the Dallas Wind Symphony. Jerry Junkin leads this internationally known ensemble on a CD dedicated to music for Band by Percy Grainger. Whether you played in your school band or are completely new to this literature, the works of Grainger hold a special place in the collection.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with conductors Eric Isaacson and Janis Stockhouse.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with Marching Hundred director David Woodley about the upcoming season.