It explores the instrument and what you can do with it.
Two men, Brahms and Tchaikovsky, both born on May 7, both write a violin concerto in D major in 1878. Now you decide whose concerto triumphs in the Thunderdome.
Indiana University's Ballet Theater closes its season with "Variations on a Russian Theme," a performance which includes a modern version of the classical ballet, "Swan Lake." Michael Vernon, IU's ballet department chair explains why audience members will love this performance
For this year’s IU Spring Ballet the Department Chair Michael Vernon elected to split the staging of the classic “Swan Lake” with guest artist and former American Ballet Theatre principal Cynthia Gregory. WFIU’s George Walker talked to Cynthia Gregory about coaching the role of the twin swans.