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IU Jacobs School of Music presents operatic portrait of Apple co-founder and tech icon Steve Jobs

Sep 18, 2018

Tech visionary. Business mogul. A charismatic genius who changed the way the world communicated. Yet, by most accounts, Steve Jobs was also an egocentric control freak who estranged almost everyone close to him.

See scenes from the  Indiana University Jacobs School of Music’s production of “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs,” an opera that was co-produced by the school and paints a portrait of the Apple Inc. co-founder who was a legend in his own time.

Faculty and staff using a valid IU email address can enter to win a pair of tickets to a performance of the show at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, in the Musical Arts Center.

An IU student performs as Steve Jobs
A man in a black turtle neck sings
A man sits at a desk in front of screens that read 1980
A man sits at a desk on a phone and another man stands behind him
A man sings while others sit cross-legged.
A man in a black turtleneck smirks on stage

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