by Peter Jacobi, H-T Columnist
Sunday, September 25, 2016
photo courtesy of Adam Schwartz, WFIU
How about a Bloomington Symphony Orchestra concert with a new and intriguing conductor on the podium and music from the opera as content?
How about the first concert in the new music season for the always interesting NOTUS, the Indiana University Jacobs School’s Contemporary Vocal Ensemble?
How about a production by the University Gilbert & Sullivan Society of that clever duo’s delicious...
By Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist Aug 28, 2016
It begins. After a very sleepy month of August, the Bloomington musical events series for 2016-17 gets under way. We will have music!
As usual, the season calendar contains gifts for everyone., whether you like early music or contemporary, music for orchestra or wind ensemble, for chorus or chamber group, for percussion or strings, for opera or dance, for musicals or jazz And the more you like, the richer is the opportunity for you to be entertained or...
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1st
7:30 pm at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
TICKETS available online
or at the BCT Box Office – 114 E. Kirkwood
The stories told by opera can be quirky, funny, moving, heroic, or tragic, but one thing they definitely are not is predictable.
Join the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra and special guests from Reimagining Opera for Kids as we tell stories that may (or may not) end happily ever after.
Mozart – Overture to the Magic Flute
Bizet – Carmen Suites