Indiana landscape painter William Forsyth’s latent modernism may have secured his place in history—Thomas Hart Benton’s version at least.
What happens when an orchestra drops out? A Bela Fleck concert at the IU Auditorium creates controversy around Bloomington
The choir surprised guests with a flashmob performance at the IU Auditorium
Maybe rocking musicals started with "Hair" in 1967, but "American Idiot" comes from a real band's CD. It's more in the "Tommy" mold.
Murder By Death comes home, Paul Simon is super famous and IU Student Composers reach out to new ears.
Veteran actor Frank Calamaro is no stranger to the little village of Anatevka.
Cleveland Orchestra concertmaster William Preucil calls Richard Strauss "a great story teller."
The process of stabilizing an aging masterpiece provides the opportunity to consider something that’s larger-than-life, from an intimate vantage point.
"How do you bridge the immense distance between this man and our time, between that era, with all its political and emotional implications, and our own?"
The IU Auditorium plays host to the hit broadway musical "Mamma Mia!" this weekend. Ensemble member and understudy Stephanie Lynge, IU '92, talks about her undergrad days in Bloomington and singing in a "juke box musical."
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