One of the busiest women in classical music takes a moment to reflect on Menahem Pressler's profound impact on chamber music and her life.
Music of Mauro Giuliani written in Vienna when it was about the size of Bloomington, IN.
"Sundays in Auer Hall" is a chamber music series featuring performances by Jacobs School faculty members.
"This was a chance for me to put together chamber works that were recently written."
"Happy Austria" was part of the Latin motto of the marrying rather than martial Austrian Habsburgs
WFIU’s featured contemporary composer for April is André Previn.
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644-1704) was one of the most important composers of the during the late 17th century. His compositional output has kept many baroque musicians in gigs, so when René Clemencic and his Clemencic Consort were deciding on music for trumpet and violin, there wasn't too much guesswork as to what they'd be recording.
Music for one of the most versatile chamber ensemble combinations by Telemann, Ewazen, Barboteu and more.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with pianist Jean-Louis Haguenauer about the American Chamber Players upcoming performance at the IU Summer Music Festival