Student vocal ensemble NOTUS will be recording in 360-degree sound for the first time at IU.
Jacobs School of Music
The latest fall production will display new and old dances from skilled choreographers.
Tickets for “Don Giovanni” are available for $10 dollars for all students and can be purchased through the Jacobs School of Music website.
Woodley joined the Jacobs School of Music faculty in 1993 as director of IU athletic bands.
The computer music, an experimental form of music, was composed for a Jacobs class.
Director Michael Shell has directed H.M.S. Pinafore once before at Indiana University.
The performance, the last for senior ballet majors, showcased selections from notable choreographers.
Performers played renditions of classical music to promote solidarity and fundraising efforts.
Fanoos grew up in a musical family and has studied violin for 10 years.
The concert included vocal, string, piano, dance and ensemble performances.
IU Concert Band will premiere the piece on Feb. 8 at the Musical Arts Center.
With one year left of IU Ballet’s current production, the “Chinese Tea” piece has brought up issues of inclusivity.