The king of instruments has a vibrant, young soloist changing the way the organ is perceived. Cameron Carpenter aims to shake the organ out of the choir loft.
Serebrier's career began at a young age with a performance of this "Elegy for Strings" was conducted by the great Leopold Stokowski.
Composer Cindy McTee and conductor Leonard Slatkin team up to present "Double Play" in the first orchestral concert of Jacobs School of Music 2010-2011 season.
WFIU features Louis Andriessen as September's Composer of the Month.
WFIU features Jennifer Higdon as June's Artist of the Month.
Poet, historian, author, civil-rights activist, playwright and composer Maya Angelou's March 1st Artsweek appearance is sold out, but you can hear her in a brief as she talked about the arts, politics, creativity and electricity.
Bill McGlaughlin, the host of radio's "Saint Paul Sunday," will appear with the Bloomington Camerata Orchestra on February 15th. George Walker talks to him about his duties as guest conductor and composer.
This week we take a listen to the new recording of Sitkovetsky’s arrangment of J.S. Bach’s “Goldberg Variations.” Jonanthan Crow, Douglas McNabey and Matt Haimovitz perform the version for string trio with incredible artistry. Our quick pick is music by Mark O’Connor.
David Amram is a modern day Renaissance man. He’s written and performed jazz, classical and movie music and has explored world and folk genres as well. He has authored two memoirs and is a sub-culture icon for having pioneered the art of jazz poetry with Jack Kerouac. At 77, he’s still upbeat, energetic and on […]
WFIU’s George Walker talks with composer David Baker.