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Live at IU Archive

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Original members of Straight No Chaser to perform at IU just before Atlantic Records debut

Straight No Chaser

In the Oct. 16 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories on IU's homegrown a cappella group, Straight No Chaser; a Q and A with IU dance professor Iris Rosa; IU Kokomo's Peace Garden, which honors Pearl Harbor survivors and WW II heroes; IU Opera Theater's Merry Wives of Windsor; a performance by organist Dennis James for a Halloween showing of Nosferatu at IU Auditorium, a "Grand Tour" of the IU Art Museum; and a contemporary art show at the School of Fine Arts (SOFA) gallery.   Full Story >>

‘American Teen’ documentary star on having his high school experience taped, IU and the future

American Teen

In the Oct. 2 issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about Mitch Reinholt, star of the summer's hit documentary film American Teen; Celebrate IU Month; the dedication of a Hoagy Carmichael statue outside IU Auditorium at IU Bloomington; internationally known choreographer and performer Bill Evans spending time with IU students and restaging a famous modern dance piece; the five renowned conductors at the IU Jacobs School of Music; the opening of IU Southeast's Ogle Center; and a speech by former NEA chief Bill Ivey.   Full Story >>

IU Opera Theater launches 60th anniversary season with 19th-century love story "La Traviata"

In the September issue of Live at IU, we featured stories about IU Opera Theater's 60th anniversary season opener, La Traviata; IU graduate Kurt Kress, now a leading hat designer for Nine West; Jacobs alumnus Rod Clemmons, a New York-based music producer; IU Southeast painter Debra Clem's "teachable art;" the SOFA gallery's HUB exhibit, which brings art from the gallery onto moving trucks; a Q & A with poet Maura Stanton; and a profile of the IMU's executive chef, Sherry Houze.   Full Story >>

Mini University: An IU tradition expands its offerings, audience

Malcolm Smith and Graffiti

In the August 2008 issue of Live at IU, we featured Mini University stories about Andy Hollinden's History of the Blues class, Malcolm Mobutu Smith's Graffiti Art class and Michael Schwartzkopf's Choral Conducting class; a story about Maureen McGovern's performance at IU; the play The Boys Next Door, at Brown County Playhouse; the world premeire of ˇÚnicamente la Verdad!, a "videopera" that closes the IU Summer Music Festival; an IUPUI professor's book about an African American racing pioneer; IU's new online sheet music collection and a new book about Rachel Carson.   Full Story >>

Make me a shoe


The June 5, 2008 issue of Live at IU featured a story about Matt Unterfranz, an IU Bloomington student who designs shoes. Also in this issue were stories about the Brown County Playhouse's season opener, details on Sweet Honey In The Rock's IU Music Festival performance, information on how to participate in a fall trip to Washington D.C., a preview to the Juneteenth Celebration, highlights from the IU Summer Music Festival's Chamber Music Series, and a look at how the IU Jacobs School of Music helps create an environment that allows all students thrive -- including those with disabilities.   Full Story >>

2008 IU Summer Music Festival offers a wide variety of world-class performances

Sweet Honey in the Rock

The May 1, 2008, issue of Live at IU featured a preview of the 2008 IU Summer Music Festival. Also in this issue were stories about the cultural and economic impact of the Jacobs School of Music on the state, a recap of Vernon Jordan's recent talk at IU, a look at the IU Auditorium's 2008-09 season, details on the 2008 IU Writers' Conference, and the latest work of fiction by an IU graduate student and School of Education employee.   Full Story >>

Students fuse their art to create "Hammer and Nail"

Hammer and Nail

The April 17, 2008, issue of Live at IU featured the upcoming production of "Hammer and Nail" -- a collaborative production by students in the IU School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and the Jacobs School of Music. Also in this issue were stories about the IU Opera Theater's 60th anniversary, a preview to the 2008 Big Band Extravaganza, a look at the production of White White Black Stork, a feature on the who's who of 20th Century musicians at the Jacobs School of Music, and details on the IU Archives of Traditional Music's work to preserve endangered sound recordings.   Full Story >>

A passion for design

Tim Borden

The April 3, 2008, issue of Live at IU featured a profile on Tim Borden, scenic designer for the play A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Also in this issue were stories about the Singing Hoosiers' April 5 concert, a look at the IU Soul Revue's upcoming show, a preview of Little 500, highlights from the next Moveable Feast of the Arts concert, details on the Choice magazine winners from IU, and a story on the Jacobs School's Music Theory Department.   Full Story >>

"American Ma(u)l" combines commentary on race relations with satire

American Ma(u)l

The March 20, 2008 issue of Live at IU featured a story about the upcoming Indiana University Department of Theatre and Drama production of American Ma(u)l. Also highlighted in this issue were stories on the IU opera Les Contes d'Hoffmann, a look at Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist's upcoming lecture, the upcoming IU Ballet Theater production, a preview of the upcoming IU Philharmonic concert featuring composer and pianist Michel Camilo, a look at the trip 30 IU School of Journalism students took to Europe, and details on a new book that includes long-hidden accounts by survivors of the Holocaust.   Full Story >>

IU Opera and Ballet Theater celebrates 60th anniversary with productions old and new

Guilio Cesare

The March 6, 2008, issue of Live at IU featured a preview of the 2008-09 Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater season. Also in this issue were stories highlighting the reception and book signing for football star George Taliaferro, details on the appointment of Arthur Fagan to the IU Jacobs School of Music, details on the trip that 30 School of Journalism students will be taking to retrace the footsteps of Ernie Pyle, tips to inspire a writer, a look at a Master of Fine Arts student's hand-made jewelry, and a feature on the Kids Compose! Program.   Full Story >>

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