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Location:

Bloomington, IN

Genres:

Classical

Networks:

NPR

Description:

Latest classical music interviews, reviews and features from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.

Twitter:

@wfiuarts

Language:

English

Contact:

1229 E. 7th St. Bloomington, IN 47405 (812) 855-1357


Episodes

Overheard: New Music For Oboe And English Horn

6/4/2012
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" I don’t necessarily see the images when I’m playing, but I do react to the feelings." Michele Fiala

Duration: 00:04:03


William Lawes, A Magnetic Figure

5/13/2012
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There are some excruciatingly angst-like harmonies and there’s also some very playful stuff !

Duration: 00:04:03


Vladimir Ashkenazy: My Journey To The Podium

5/9/2012
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Conductor and pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy stopped by the WFIU studios to tell some stories from his 60 years in the music business.

Duration: 00:03:44


There’s The Devil To Pay In Gounod’s ‘Faust’

5/3/2012
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"It’s such a dark story and I love the fact that there’s so much energy in this production," Gran Wilson

Duration: 00:04:00


IU’s Third C.B. Fisk Organ To Be Installed In Alumni Hall

5/2/2012
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The Fisk "Littefield" Organ, Opus 91 will be make its debut sometime in 2013.

Duration: 00:22:14


Finale Fantastique

4/26/2012
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"Call me what instrument you will, though you can fret me, yet you cannot play upon me." Hamlet

Duration: 00:04:00


Di Wu – Pianist Extraordinaire

4/25/2012
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Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2, a work that some of the audience may be able to sing along with.

Duration: 00:04:00


John Ireland Solo Piano Music, Volume IV

4/22/2012
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The Final CD in John Lenahan’s John Ireland Project features a concerto with a love story?

Duration: 00:04:02


Neely Bruce’s Take On Shakespeare’s Take On Ovid

4/20/2012
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Shakespeare is the best playwright in the language. So you’re dealing with something that really, really works on the stage. I knew that if I didn’t get in the way of the words with music, it would work as a piece of musical theater, even though it was completely taken out of context. The words are that strong in and of themselves.

Duration: 00:12:19


Artist In the Making: Roger Kalia Finds Success

4/18/2012
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Orchestra conductor Kalia talks about what's in store for the rest of the year and has an exciting announcement.

Duration: 00:05:13


Ol’ Blue Eyes In Terre Haute

4/18/2012
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An evening of songs that Sinatra put his stamp on with Rick Vale and the THSO.

Duration: 00:03:48


At 10 Years, Quarryland Celebrates ‘American Landscapes’

4/11/2012
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The Quarryland Men's Chorus and the Indianapolis Men's Chorus join forces in a concert of American music.

Duration: 00:07:46


A Storytelling Trumpeter

4/8/2012
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I'm the storyteller with the notes, but the listeners add their own words!

Duration: 00:04:01


The CIP presents “From The Diary Of Anne Frank”

3/28/2012
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"The Diary has just had a profound effect on me all of my adult life." Jan Lucas

Duration: 00:03:49


Duo Sonidos: A Pairing By Chance, A Mission By Design

3/26/2012
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The group's mission is nothing short of building a standard and expansive repertoire for violin and guitar duos.

Duration: 00:04:01


The King Of Instruments

3/21/2012
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It’s really astounding when you add the colors and the power of the orchestra to the organ's sounds.

Duration: 00:04:02


The Canadian Brass Takes Flight

3/19/2012
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You can see the new gold plated instruments, but you have to imagine those Adidas sneakers.

Duration: 00:04:00


‘Dowland In Dublin’: Celtic Flavor In An English Player

3/11/2012
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Perhaps not semper dolans, but semper O'Dolan?

Duration: 00:04:10


Holographic: New Music In New Places

3/6/2012
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Co-founders Jeremy Podgursky and Ben Bolter are taking contemporary music out of the concert hall and into a local high school and a rock club.

Duration: 00:04:03