Tuesday, July 23 at 8pm, WFIU will partner with the Jacobs School of Music for a live simulcast of the final concert in the 2013 Summer Music series.
It's a comedy, it's a tragedy, it's a ghost story...it's "Don Giovanni."
Sopranos Sharon Harms and Katherine Polit discuss their roles in 'Così fan tutte,' and how the they came together as a cast.
Music Director Arthur Fagen discusses Mozart's third and final collaboration with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte and why it's not as well-known as the other two.
Classical music has a reputation for being very, very serious stuff. These five pieces reveal that some clever composers had a few tricks up their sleeves.
QVC and one of London's leading orchestras test Dorothy Retallack's theory on music and plant growth.
Welcome spring with a bouquet of fine classical recordings.
Recent recordings have given a lot of emphasis to Vivaldi’s music for the violin. This week let’s take different route.
“The performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto will be based on recent scholarship that moves away from the stodgy and the luxuriantly broad to one of gesture, of drama and transparency.” David Bowden, Artistic Director Columbus Indiana Philharmonic
One of the leading Choral Ensembles in North America is the Phoenix Chorale, an ensemble directed by Charles Bruffy. This week we feature the Phoenix Chorale's Grammy nominated recording of titled "Spotless Rose." A recording which highlights contemporary compositions devoted to the Virgin Mary.