Music came early to Alexandra Tsilibes, and a longer road led her to the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.
One-man band Totally Orange Time Machine keeps Scotty Knepple busy — that is, when he's not performing with one of his other musical ventures.
Nothing in what Jordan West did that fateful day looked like forming a band, but it was the birth of Trackless, nevertheless.
Kat Bowser channels Janis Joplin and creates a new CD.
Nancy Kartholl brings passion to her roles on Fort Wayne's stages.
Fernando Tarango and the Wickersham Brothers perform a unique blend of jazz and rock throughout the region.
Conductors put musical performances together, and Sameer Patel even put together his degree in conducting.
Miles High takes a core group of musicians and then takes a lot of chances.
Talbot Rue rides a rising tide of male ballet dancers to new heights.
Two careers have been a theme in Doug Strahm's life, but music has been the constant that still enriches his busy days.
Bridget Pearson has loved being on stage since she was a 5-year-old in dance school in Bluffton. She's a grown-up now, with adult responsibilities and a wholehearted delight that she still gets to perform wonderful roles.
Is it odd that a band named Breaking Tradition has two generations of Mikes in it? The band's success says it's a great idea, so just enjoy the music.
Flamingo Nosebleed looks back to heyday of punk.
Jordan Miller dances her way to New York City.
Here's how Brent Chamberlin and Kyle Jackson became James & the Drifters, with a little help from some friends.
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted.