Performance

The Dunes Art Foundation

John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Jeffery Baumgartner, Artistic Director, and Amy Black, President, of the Dunes Art Foundation's ongoing Dunes Summer Theatre performances.

John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Derek Braggs, a board member of Taltree Arboretum & Garden, about the ongoing "Acorn Concert Series."

John Cain talks with Don Parker, Vice President and Governance Chair of the South Shore Orchestra, about the upcoming performance of Primal Roots.

John Cain, host of Eye on the Arts, talks with Phil Potempa, Marketing Director for Theatre at the Center, about the upcoming performance of "Cabaret," from May 4th through June 4th. 

John Cain, host of Eye on the Arts, talks with Linda Wilczynski, about her solo show "Vivian Leigh: The Last Press Conference," at the Towle Theater in Hammond, running May 5th through the 21st.

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John Cain talks with Kirk Muspratt about the 75th Anniversary of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Northwest Indiana Symphony. 

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John Cain talks with Jay Gianottie, President of the Board of Directors of the Genesius Guild of Hammond, about their upcoming show "The God Committee."

South Shore Arts

John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts," talks with Marion Kellum about "Lillian," telling the Dillinger-era story of Lillian Holley, Lake County’s Woman Sheriff. 

Indiana Ballet Theatre

John Cain talks with Gloria Tuohy, of the Indiana Ballet Theatre, about their ongoing project in rehabbing the Classical Arts Centre.

Valparaiso University

John Cain, host of "Eye on The Arts" talks with Jeff Brown, Assistant Professor of Music at Valparaiso University, about the 32nd Annual Valparaiso Jazz Festival, taking place from Monday, April 3rd through Saturday, April 8th.

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Jeff Casey, Managing Director of the Towle Theatre, talks to John Cain, host of "Eye on the Arts" about the upcoming Towle Theater’s "Nunsense A-men."

Valparaiso University

Phil Potempa talks with "Eye on the Arts" host John Cain, about the Theatre at the Center’s "My Way."

Kyle Meredith talks with Josh Ritter, on his plans for a new studio album, and how he's testing his new music on the road, on "The Speed of Sound."

Chuck Prophet talks with Kyle Meredith about his latest release, "Bobby Fuller Died For Your Sins" on The Speed of Sound.

Nisorchestra.org

On this edition of "Eye on the Arts," John Cain talks with Marilyn Stuckert, Manager of the Northwest Indiana Youth Orchestra.

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John Cain, host of Eye on the Arts, talks with Kirk Muspratt about the 75th Anniversary of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra and Northwest Indiana Symphony.

The Speed of Sound

Kyle Meredith talks with Jim James, lead singer of My Morning Jacket, about his newest solo work, on "The Speed of Sound."

Speed of Sound

My Morning Jacket may be between albums right now, but that hasn’t slowed any of the members down. Most of the guys ended up backing Ray Lamontagne as his backing band last year, and there were a couple of solo records, too. One of those came from guitarist Carl Broemel, who hadn’t taken a solo outing since 2010’s All Birds Say. Whatever the reasons for taking the time, it’s made for a great collection called 4th of July.

Eye on the Arts, January 16, 2017

Jan 16, 2017
Duo Sequenza Website

John Cain talks with Debra Silvert, flutist and member of Duo Sequenza about their upcoming concerts.