• IU CINEMA: St. Louis Blues
    March 19 7:00pm
    The film will be preceded by a musical performance in celebration of Ella Fitzgerald’s 100th birthday.   St. Louis Blues is a biography of W.C. Handy, focusing on a preacher who thinks his son should reserve his musical talents for the church. The film is packed with some of the most important African Ameri more »
  • “What I Didn't Learn in Music School” Brownbag Series: Walter Smith III
    March 20 12:00pm
    Join us for the final event in the semester series! Sit down with prolific jazz performer, composer, and educator Walter Smith III to talk about his career, some important things he DIDN’T get from music school, and other lessons learned along the way. Bring your lunch and your curiosity! STUDENTS: Sign Up in the Career Portal more »
  • IU CINEMA: Funkology: A Conversation with Bootsy Collins and Dr. Scot Brown—JUST ADDED
    March 20 5:00pm
    The event is presented by the Archives of African American Music and Culture. Funk music pioneer William “Bootsy” Collins, and premiere funk music scholar Dr. Scot Brown from UCLA will participate in a lecture and conversation titled Funkology. The event will open with a performance by the IU Soul Revue performing hits assoc more »
  • Guest Music Theory Lecture – Ian Quinn (Yale University)
    March 20 6:00pm
    Five Friends Master Class Series – Honoring Robert Samels Guest Music Theory Lecture Ian Quinn (Yale University) “A New Game of Tones, Part 1: What Music Theory Could Have Been” Most people seem to think “music theory” is difficult, or even too difficult to bother with. This is true over a w more »
  • Cabaret
    March 20 8:00pm
    Cabaret is set in 1931 Berlin, when the Nazis were rising to power. At the Kit Kat Klub, a seedy night spot reflecting the political themes of Weimar Germany, the story revolves around young American writer Cliff Bradshaw and his relationship with 32-year-old English cabaret performer Sally Bowles. more »
April 16 - 22, 2017