We've chosen five pieces for the long days, the heat, and the passions which are stirred this time of the year.
"You see this incredible blossoming in these young women, as writers and as girls who are really thoughtful, and who have something to say about the world."
A veteran of the New York City busking scene, Sean Dickinson enjoys the smiles and spare change shared by Bloomington passers-by.
Celebrate the solstice with these five pieces inspired by heat, love, and celebration--all the makings of a memorable summer.
The 113-day-long Summer Festival of the Arts includes events in music, theater, film and visual art. It's hosted by a number of different venues in Bloomington.
The Violin Viruotosi will be embarking on a two-week tour of France. For these nine young musicians, it will be memorable, both musically and culturally.
Leroy Anderson is a name you don't normally hear outside of the Christmas season. He's probably best known for his holiday classics like "Sleigh Ride" and "Bugler's Holiday", but he was no one trick pony. Anderson composed well over 60 concert works, many of them programmatic in nature with themes ranging from The Typewriter to the songs of Scotland.
Founding member Chuck Daellenbach tells us how the group went from ballet slippers to sneakers and about the classically based group’s growing relationship with early jazz.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with director Lauren Morris.
WFIU’s George Walker talks with writer Gabe Gloden and director Pat Anderson.