World music event is one-of-a-kind in Southwest Michigan. And, a showboat faces the end of the world as supposedly predicted by the Mayan calendar.
|A review of this year's films and a behind-the-scenes look at the teen filmmakers' process.|
WMU students make the college's first full-length film about a bank heist gone wrong and a documentary filmmaker takes a look at the health of the Kalamazoo River through a family of osprey.
Remi Harrington uses the lyrics from socially conscious rap as a focal point in her lesson plans. And, scientists need volunteers to help keep track of bird populations.
An opera about fighting for the right to love. And, a play serves as a window into the struggles of African American women.
The Toll-Brothers Metropolitan Opera International Radio broadcasts air on WMUK Saturday afternoons through May 5, 2012. The live broadcasts may be heard over 102.1FM in southwest Michigan or enjoyed through the HD1 link on this website. The contents of these broadcasts are copyrighted by the Metropolitan Opera, all rights reserved, and any use or reproduction of any of the material therein without permission of The Metropolitan Opera is strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted.
Have you ever talked back to the radio? Who hasn't? We think Twitter is an ideal medium for listeners to interact with on-air music hosts. Now, anyone with a twitter account can join Cara Lieurance every weekday morning between 9-11 a.m. as she spins inspiring pieces from the last 600 years of western classical music, and tweets about them! She'll also tweet about upcoming interviews with musicians, and preview concerts in West Michigan. For fans of classical music, this is a great way to share your passion, ask questions, and celebrate beautiful performances. Twitter is free to join; be sure to follow ClassicalCara at www.twitter.com.
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