BLOOMINGTON – The Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, the IU Jacobs School of Music, and Bloomington Connect present the final in a three-part series of “Arts in Concert,” a music series bringing together visual artists and musicians to exchange ideas through music and art. The performance will be held Monday, May 13 at 7:30 pm in the Miller Gallery, and is free and open to the public.
Paul Daily, artistic director of the Waldron, explains this month will be different from past performances. “This month, the galleries will be empty,” he said. “This will be an interesting opportunity for the musicians, as the inspiration is literally wide open. I’m curious to see if silence plays a role in this performance.”
The final segment for the semester features musicians from Bloomington Connect. Bloomington Connect members include Elizabeth Asher, viola, Christian Cho and Larry DiBello, cello. A brief discussion about the Arts in Concert series will follow. Arts in Concert will return in the fall.
Ivy Tech Waldron is located at 122 S. Walnut St, downtown Bloomington, Ind.
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