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Art Across the Americas, ¡Sacabuche!, Busman’s Holiday

This week on Artworks, a group of young people from Bloomington, Indiana connect themselves to youth from Guatemala through visual art. Then a look at the early trombone with the director of an award-winning local ensemble that’s trying to broaden the audience for the instrument. And in another installment our “Street Sounds” series, we’ll hear from two brothers who have become a regular fixture at the farmers market and on the sidewalks of Kirkwood avenue.

Stories On This Episode

It Started With A Mural: Art Across the Americas

Over the last couple of years, a group of young people from Bloomington has gotten pretty familiar with a small town in Guatemala, and its residents.

Ensemble “¡Sacabuche!” Plays Top Music Festivals

The ensemble "¡Sacabuche!" will appear in this year's Boston and Bloomington Early Music Festivals. Director Linda Pearse tells you what to expect.


Why, with so much talent warming up in the bullpen, did we have to play by the hoary rules of "Fatal Attraction?"

Street Sounds: The Movable Beat of Busman’s Holiday

“We started street singing just around town, and eventually found out that Jiffy Treat was a great place for it on Kirkwood.” - Addison Rogers

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