After his lip injury, Richard Seraphinoff had to adjust the trajectory of his musical career. Along the way, he built the courage to talk about his experiences.
The "Extensions of the Tradition" concert series from the African American Arts Institute highlights the broad spectrum of classical music by Black composers
Two renowned Jacobs School jazz alumni discuss their time as students in the '70s.
WFIU's featured performer for the month of April.
Jazz educator Monika Herzig and other musicians and educators are bringing Indiana's heritage jazz to life for area school children.
The IU Ballet performs "The Baker Dances," a new work by composer David Baker with choreography by Joshua Bergasse.
WFIU’s Joe Bourne will feature music by Brent Wallarab throughout the month of April on his weekday afternoon program Just You and Me.
The Bloomington Symphony presents "Jazz in the Concert Hall," A program featuring works by George Gershwin, David Baker, Antonin Dvorak and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie and IU Jazz Legend and Professor David Baker sat in with host Joe Bourne on Just You & Me on Friday, April 24th.
Trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, who died last week at the age of 70, was one of Indiana’s true jazz giants. On December 30, longtime Hubbard friend and musical colleague David Baker stopped by WFIU’s Just You and Me and offered some remembrances and reflections with WFIU's David Brent Johnson.