This week on Artworks —
Jacobs School of Music Professor Wendy Gillespie talks about the Bach Cantata Project taking place around the Bloomington community this fall. We’ll speak with her about the challenges of putting on this ambitious performance series, and we’ll hear a bit from last month’s performance.
Also on the program, Yaël Ksander stops in the heart of IU’s Fine Arts Plaza for a closer look at the Showalter Fountain.
And Adam Schwartz speaks with Adam Langer, an author who splits his time between New York City and Bloomington. Langer’s newest book is “The Thieves of Manhattan.”
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - May 18, 2010
Since 1961, Robert Laurent’s Birth of Venus fountain has been the centerpiece of Showalter Plaza, the artistic core of Indiana University’s Bloomington campus.
By George Walker - Oct 5, 2010
The IU Ballet performs "The Baker Dances," a new work by composer David Baker with choreography by Joshua Bergasse.
By Annie Corrigan - Oct 5, 2010
Of the Bach Cantata Project, Daniel Melamed says, "One of the exciting things is that this is a chance to hear a piece maybe you don’t know.”
By Adam Schwartz - Oct 11, 2010
WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks with Bloomington author Adam Langer about his fourth novel, The Thieves of Manhattan.