While we may need to wait a little longer for spring, this month’s Iowa Arts Showcase includes plenty of events to get you through the last weeks of winter. You can now listen to the show right here, along with interview segments with composer Jake Heggie.
The March showcase includes:
- Chuck Ginnever’s traveling “Rashomon” sculpture collection, currently located in the courtyard of Iowa State University’s Food Science Building, with Iowa State’s Campus Outreach and Exhibition Coordinator, Kate Greder and ISU’s Museum Interpretation Specialist Dave Faux
- Pianist Joel Fan, sharing details about his upcoming performances with the Quad City Symphony
- The 2015 Iowa Composers Forum Spring New Music Festival, with UNI Theory and Composition Professors Alan Schmitz and Jonathan Schwabe coordinated with a visit by internationally acclaimed composer Jake Heggie
- Jerry Owen, Coe College Professor of Music Emeritus, touting his 70th Birthday Celebration Concert
- And the 10th Annual Mission Creek Festival, with co-founder and director Andre Perry