"Gershwin’s music is not just American, it goes across the entire world." conducor David Bowden
We've chosen five pieces for the long days, the heat, and the passions which are stirred this time of the year.
Eric Ewazen's Chamber Symphony brings Mozart's orchestra into the twentieth century by adding harp and percussion.
Happy Independence Day! Today, we want to know which classical composer makes you feel the most patriotic.
Celebrate the solstice with these five pieces inspired by heat, love, and celebration--all the makings of a memorable summer.
Donald Mahler, in ballet an eager dancer and then a reluctant coach!
It’s a production that takes its Shakespeare seriously enough, to want to have fun with every aspect.
"...you have to remember that this is music that people listened to, danced to and sang when they just wanted to have a good time." William Angulo
The Bloomington Symphony presents "Jazz in the Concert Hall," A program featuring works by George Gershwin, David Baker, Antonin Dvorak and Dmitri Shostakovich.
Christopher O'Riley comes to Bloomington, IN to play the Ravel Piano Concerto with the Camerata Orchestra conducted by Bill McGlaughlin. Christopher talks about the demands of the Ravel piece and that he once referred to as "Gershwin's Third."