The Abduction of Figaro
for PBS and Bravo
Opera by PDQ Bach, unearthed by Professor Peter Schickele. Filmed at the historic Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. Three hours, multiple cameras, immortal (?) music.


Coming of the Spirits
for PBS
Ballet commissioned for television, filmed on location in Mesa Verde National Park. Emmy Award-winning half hour.


Denver Symphony Orchestra
for PBS
Emmy Award-winning performance series. Eight ninety-minute multi-camera programs, filmed in the round at Boettcher Concert Hall.


Emerson String Quartet
for City Arts on Thirteen/WNET
Behind the scenes with one of America's favorite ensembles, recording a Beethoven quartet and reflecting on the power of his music.


for PBS
Documentary series profiling independent filmmakers in the Rocky Mountain region, from experimental pioneer Stan Brakhage to wildlife cinematographer Wolfgang Bayer. 12 half-hour programs.


The Philadelphia Orchestra with André Watts at Wolf Trap
for PBS/Great Performances
90 minutes, multi-camera remote production, filmed live.


Season Ticket
for PBS
Weekly magazine series showcasing artists and arts organizations in the Rocky Mountains. Two seasons, 30 half-hour documentary programs per season.


A Tale of Two Operas
for PBS
An entertaining look at the challenges faced by Opera Colorado when staging two grand operas, to run in repertory and in the round. Half-hour documentary.


CD: Reflections - Four Contemporary American Composers Look Back
for The Dessoff Choirs
Works by Robert Convery, John Corigliano, Paul Moravec, and Ned Rorem.


CD: The Emerson String Quartet on Beethoven
for Deutsche Grammophon
Enlightening interviews with members of the renowned quartet, combined with selections from their Grammy award-winning recording of the Beethoven string quartets.


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