This week on Artworks, we’ll start our new “Street Sounds” series highlighting street musicians in Bloomington, Indiana in a conversation with Mitch Rice.
George Walker interviews the Terre Haute Symphony’s guest violinist for Valentine’s day, Susie Park.
Peter Noble-Kuchera turns his attention to the new Sam Mendes film, Revolutionary Road.
And David Wood speaks with baritone Alan Dunbar, the winner of the 2009 Grieg Festival Young Artists Competition.
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Feb 10, 2009
In the first installment of "Street Sounds" our series highlighting local performers Bloomington, Indiana, a conversation with musician Mitch Rice who's long been a part of the city's landscape.
By George Walker - Feb 10, 2009
Violinist Susie Park will be appearing with the Terre Haute Symphony this Valentine's Day. She with George Walker about er career and tells us that she was rejected from violin lessons when she was two, but started just a year later.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Feb 6, 2009
WFIU Movie Critic Peter Noble-Kuchera reviews the movie version of the 1961 novel by Richard Yates. This adaptation stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio.
By David Wood - Feb 10, 2009
The 2009 Grieg Festival Young Artists Competition was held at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida in January. Baritone Alan Dunbar, a doctoral student at the Jacobs School of Music, was was named Grand Prize Winner of the competition. He told WFIU's David Wood how he was turned on to the Norwegian composer.