Monthly Archives: July 2016

Performance highlights summer piano workshop

A highlight of the Edward Auer Summer Piano Workshop was Wednesday evening’s guest recital, given in Auer Hall by Winston … Continue reading Continue reading

Academy helps young musicians explore their potential

When Layla Vamos’ bow touches the strings of her violin, she doesn’t need to watch. Her body sways, and often … Continue reading Continue reading

‘Fledermaus’ sparkles in opera’s temporary home

Bloomington audiences got to see it first! IU Opera and Ballet Theater’s co-production of Die Fledermaus with Cincinnati Opera continues to dazzle audiences at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. Check out this shimmering review! Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Durand Jones & The Indications Debut Album

Nothing gives us greater pleasure than to plug the debut album of a hometown group. Durand Jones & The Indications coalesced around a common love of gritty Southern soul and Delta blues by students at the Indiana University Jacobs School … Continue reading Continue reading

IU choral students meet the challenges of Honegger’s oratorio

Music review: ‘King David’ By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer | © HTO The choral element in this year’s Summer Music … Continue reading Continue reading