The cool is back whenever The Brat Pack is on stage, and everybody's having fun.
Kristine Papillon creates beautiful music on her violin, and her creation, "Crumpet the Trumpet," brings her passion to children.
The West Central Quartet jazzes up the city.
JoAnne Kirchner is back on stage, and the teacher in her is delighted to be learning so much.
The fun, eclectic sound of RumJones is what you get with Monica and Kris plus a little bit more from Stacey.
The influences came together around the piano, and now Alicia Pyle and her quartet have a busy, jazzy year ahead.
Kent Bixler dances the role of the father in "The Nutcracker."
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.
Photography by Christy Arbogast and Mariah Wynn
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Bianca Hecht, Tara Froelich, Hillary Richart and Mariah Wynn
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart, Mariah Wynn and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Andrew Karn, Hillary Ritchart and submitted
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Hillary Richart, Mariah Wynn and submitted.
Photography by Christy Arbogast, Tara Froelich, Bianca Hecht, Mariah Wynn and submitted