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Paul Fowler, Composer
Sourcing materials parsed from the world’s spiritual traditions and natural beauty, Paul Fowler’s music will “work on you from the inside out” (Philadelphia Inquirer), invoking our shared human experience. Fowler draws from his regular work as a vocalist, improvising pianist, performer, and electronic musician to integrate old and new into “emotionally intense” (Washington Post) works which are “radiant, ghostly and shimmering” (New York Times). His works have been performed at Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall, the National Concert Hall of Taiwan, Le Poisson Rouge and Japan’s Suntory Hall among others, and have been featured at Norway’s Borealis Festival, the MATA Festival, Music from Angel Fire and Belgium’s International Marimba Festival. Selected performers and commissioners of Fowler’s work include the Symphony Orchestra of Northwest Arkansas, San Juan Symphony, New York Youth Symphony, SYMPHO, the Ju Percussion Group, The Crossing, 3rd Law Dance/Theater and Young Concert Artist Naoko Takada. His music has received the First Music Award, the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award, the Louis Smadbeck Composition Award and the Swan Composer Award (Honorable Mention). http://paulfowler.net
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Andrew Flack, Librettist
Dramatist Andrew Flack has been produced more than a dozen times and in 1986 had three plays presented in New York City. 36/47 and Every Other One opened at the Raft Theatre on West 42nd Street and Naguibagua was produced by the 29th Street Playhouse. In 1992, his play Ooma’s Ladder won the Rocky Mountain Playwriting Festival in Telluride, Colorado and was subsequently produced in Denver and Taos, New Mexico. Flack has also written five feature-length screenplays and his black comedy thriller, Corkscrew, was optioned by Emmy Award winner Lynn Hamrick Productions. In 1995, Flack founded Buzz, Inc., a national public relations firm. In the past 20 years he and his partner, Barbara Duff, have represented the interests of those in the organic food industry, internationally recognized architects, TV chef personalities, including Andrew Zimmern of Bizarre Foods fame, theaters, dance companies, artists, art museums, resorts and hotels.
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Barbara Duff, Producer
As an actor and producer in New York City, Barbara Duff, did hundreds of TV, radio and print commercials and in film appeared in The Verdict with Paul Newman, among others. As a founding member of the 29th Street Playhouse, she produced Andrew Flack’s Naguibagua in 1986. Relocating to Minneapolis, Duff produced the Twin Cities Food & Wine Experience and was public relations director of the Organic Alliance, participating in the development of major marketing strategies and strategic alliances, helping to mainstream the organic food industry. As a partner in the public relations firm Buzz, Inc., she has worked with Andrew Flack to promote hundreds of clients in the organic food industry, the arts, theatre, dance, restaurants and resorts. She currently serves as a member of the Arapahoe County Cultural Council for the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District in Denver, which distributes $52 million in grants to support cultural facilities whose primary purpose is to enlighten and entertain the public through the productions, presentation, exhibition, advancement and preservation of art, music, theatre, dance, zoology, botany, natural history and cultural history.

ARTISTS from the Borja concert

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Tenor: Jorge Velilla
Soprano: Eugenia Enguita
Tenor: Pedro Calavia
Baritono: David Cerdá
Mezzo Soprano: Sara Almazán
Mezzo Soprano: Susana Cabrero
Soprano: Esmeralda Jiménez
Presentador: Raúl Rivares
Presentador: Jorge Jiménez

Pianista: Eliberto Sánchez

Dirección de Coro: Emilio Jiménez
Directora Invitada: Lidia Fernández
Dirección Musica: Esmeralda Jiménez

Photos by JL Mena and Enrique Lafuente Muñoz
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ARTISTS from our recording sessions

Cecilia: Marcia Ragonetti
Artist Martinez: Adam Ewing
Adriana: Anastasia Jamieson
Silvia: Amy Maples
Arturo: Adam Ewing
Marcos: Paul Fowler
Beatriz: Kristyn Christman-McCarty
Choir: Ars Nova Singers
Engineer: Jon Gold

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ARTISTS from our staged readings

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Amanda Berg Wilson, Director
Amanda Berg Wilson is the Artistic Director of The Catamounts, for whom she has directed nine productions, including God’s Ear (2011 Camera Eye Award, Best Director) and Failure: A Love Story (2013 True West Nomination, Best Director), and with whom she performed as Ellen in There Is A Happiness That Morning Is (2014 True West Award, 2015 Best of Denver Award.) Under her direction, The Catamounts have been the recipients of two 2015, two 2014, and one 2013 Westword Best of Denver awards, six 2011 Daily Camera Eye Awards, and the nominees for three 2012 True West awards. She recently appeared in Detroit at Curious Theatre Company, and is currently a part of the cast of hit immersive theatre project Sweet and Lucky, a collaboration between the Denver Center Theater Company and New York-based Third Rail Projects.
Staged reading of Act I
Cecilia: Eve Orenstein
Artist Martinez: Adam Ewing
Adriana: Tana Cochran
Marcos: Steve Uliana
Silvia: Luisa Marie Rodriguez
Arturo: Ryan Parker
Mayor: Haley Dove Montoya
Beatriz: Marjorie Bunday
Old Priest: Philip Judge
Pianist: Allan Armstrong

Staged reading of Act II
Cecilia: Marjorie Fowler
Artist Martinez: Adam Ewing
Adriana: Amanda Raddatz
Marcos: Anthony Weber
Silvia: Amy Maples
Arturo: Jeremy Rill
Mayor: Dean Fowler
Beatriz: Eve Orenstein
Old Priest: Philip Judge
Pianist: Sara Parkinson

Amanda Berg Wilson with Fowler + Flack
BTM Act II Reading
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Getcho Ecce
BTM Act I Reading