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TV personality Alton Brown knows science, and he’s made a career out of showing how it plays into food and how we cook it. That's what he did Nov. 14 at the IU Auditorium, where he performed his live show, "Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science," which could be described as an educational stand-up comedy routine.
A night filled with musical collaboration will take place at the IU Auditorium on Nov. 15. Clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh, mandolin expert Avi Avital and Brooklyn orchestra the Knights will come together to share their sound, according to the IU Auditorium website.
Potpourri of the Arts has expressed the soul of African American performances since 1993 and will present a celebration of Black music and dance through "In the African American Tradition" 8 p.m Nov. 11 in the IU Auditorium.
While people of all ages dressed up on Halloween night, the audience members at “Motown the Musical" had the opportunity to travel back in time to the 1960s, '70s and '80s. The show opened on Oct. 31 at the IU Auditorium with singing and dancing as it told the history of a prominent musical era.
Four-time Billboard Country Album top-charter Gary Allan will perform at 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at the IU Auditorium.
For the first time in five years, Ray LaMontagne will return to the stage with his Just Passing Through acoustic tour. At 8 p.m. on Nov. 4 ,the Grammy-Award winning singer/songwriter will bring his tour to the IU Auditorium.
Among his various creative occupations: acting, producing, writing and ministering, Kenneth Mosley’s most recent endeavor is playing the lead role of Motown’s founder Berry Gordy in "Motown the Musical." Mosley chatted with Indiana Daily Student over the phone about his role in the musical as well as coming to IU this week to perform at the IU Auditorium.
As part of his decades-long effort to reconcile film with live music accompaniment, IU alumnus Dennis James will return to the IU Auditorium on Oct. 28 to perform at the organ to silent film classic "The Monster."
Tonight, the legendary musician Bob Dylan will play the IU Auditorium, and we have everything from album reviews to a playlist of favorite songs from the IU community.
In the light of famous folk singer and music legend Bob Dylan coming to IU on Sunday, the IDS asked important IU figures three questions:
Complete with glitter, glam and glue, "Kinky Boots" made its way to the IU Auditorium stage Tuesday night, the first of its two-night stay. The cast of characters shined in numbers that highlighted diversity and acceptance, along with hard work and dedication.
The annual TEDx Talk returns with a variety of speakers telling stories relating to this year's theme, "Uncharted Waters.” The TEDx talk will take place in the IU Auditorium at 6 p.m Oct. 26. Ticket prices start at $15 for students and $25 for the general public. Tickets are available for purchase on the IU Auditorium website.
Hits like "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "I Want You Back" and "My Girl" can all be heard in "Motown The Musical" at 8 p.m. from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 at the IU Auditorium.
On Thursday night, Comedian David Sedaris will perform various never-before-seen pieces at 8 p.m. at the IU Auditorium.
As the home of one the most prestigious music schools, IU also houses several a cappella groups, each vying for its own slice of the campus’ attention. But tonight, that attention will all swing toward Hooshir, a mixed Jewish choir that won a city-wide competition for the chance to perform alongside Vocalosity at 7:30 p.m. in the IU
Long after the homecoming parade’s candy was swept away and the Nebraska game stands were emptied, a hush fell over the crowd. Chris Botti, Grammy-winning trumpet player, stepped onto the IU Auditorium stage for his own homecoming: a concert for his alma mater.
Jazz ballads and crooners’ tunes will play at 8 p.m. Saturday night in the IU Auditorium when Chris Botti makes his homecoming return. As a Grammy award-winner and former IU student, he will return to campus for one night to play the jazz and ensemble numbers that have brought him national acclaim.
Nineties-alternative music was in full force last night at the IU Auditorium when experimental rocker Beck and opener Nick Valensi, guitarist for the Strokes, played a sold-out show. Beck, who donned his typical wide-brimmed hat, danced, whirled and jumped in front of the geometric shapes and bright colors flashing across the video screen behind him.
Nick Valensi will open for singer-songwriter Beck with his new band CRX at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at IU Auditorium.
The fast-paced opening number of “Rent” set the tone for the musical as the entire cast ran, danced and sang across the stage just moments after the beginning lines.