Monthly Archives: October 2015

Behind the Score project combines performance and study

By Brooke McAfee   Behind the Score allows musicians to look beyond the performance so they can understand the history … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: PHILHARMONIC AND NADLER

Conductor Nadler again impresses in Philharmonic Orchestra performance By Peter Jacobi He was here in September to serve as music … Continue reading Continue reading

MUSIC REVIEW: NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE AND RANDS

Director, guest composer create program musicians perform with distinction By Peter Jacobi David Dzubay is remarkable. Not only does he, … Continue reading Continue reading

Musical afternoon will benefit local Interfaith Winter Shelter

The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Bloomington Sanctuary Choir will once again join with the Chancel Choir of First … Continue reading Continue reading

Nun who inspired ‘Dead Man Walking’ talks about dignity, redemption

By Marcela Creps   Sister Helen Prejean has an extremely busy schedule. The Louisiana-based nun, who wrote the book “Dead … Continue reading Continue reading

Jacobs to have guitar festival

By Brooke McAffee   The sixth Indiana International Guitar Festival and Competition will expose the Bloomington community to an international … Continue reading Continue reading

OPERA REVIEW: Opera and production of ‘Dead Man Walking’ deserve high praise

By Peter Jacobi   Prepare to be stunned. The work itself is powerful. The production matches. Composer Jake Heggie’s opera, … Continue reading Continue reading

OPERA REVIEW – Dead Man Walking: The Face Of Love

By George Walker   Dead Man Walking at IU Opera Theater is a potent intellectual and emotional experience.  It’s based … Continue reading Continue reading

6th International Guitar Festival and Competition this weekend

The Jacobs School Guitar Department is hosting its 6th Indiana International Guitar Festival and Competition this weekend, Oct. 24 and … Continue reading Continue reading

‘Dead Man Walking’ portrays compelling spiritual journey

By Bridget Murray and Cassie Heeke   The knife came down again and again. Eric Smedsrud, a second-year master’s student in … Continue reading Continue reading