This month, Iowa Public Radio’s Iowa Arts Showcase includes Trio 826 who will be performing in the Castle Room at Wartburg College on March 10, 2013. This magnificent trio is comprised of three good friends Julia Bullard, Susanna Klein, and Hannah Holman who all wanted to explore new and old classical music. Next, the University of Northern Iowa’s Katherine van Wormer and coauthor Charletta Sudduth discuss their book The Maid Narratives centered on maids in the South during the time of the Jim Crow laws. Elizabeth Oakes, coordinator of the University of Iowa String Quartet Residency program, will also make an appearance discussing the Linden Quartet's upcoming performance scheduled for Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the University of Iowa's Riverside Recital Hall, in Iowa City. University of Northern Iowa's Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education, Dr. Stephen Gaies, outlines their current collaboration with the Grout Museum in a traveling exhibit from Munich, Germany and film presentation called the White Rose, a famous non-violent student resistance movement in Nazi Germany. Finally, Matt Haimovitz appears discussing an upcoming performance of Shuffle, Play, Listen on the Hancher Artist Series, Thursday, March 28, 2013 at the Coralville Center for the Performing Arts. Haimovitz and Christopher O'Riley, host of From the Top perform this outstanding concert.