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Ann L. Owens

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Background Information

Employment History

The Atlanta Opera Inc


Executive Director

Houston Grand Opera


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altnyc.org

Fortunately, TAO had access to a wonderful consultant who became part of the producing team for the recording - Ann Owens.
Ann Owens had previously worked at Houston Grand Opera on many of their most successful recordings. Not only was she invaluable in helping both TAO and ALT navigate some of the logistical challenges involved in making a live opera recording, but she also recommended a wonderful recording producer and engineer, Marlan Barry, who we all quickly agreed would be ideal for the job. Ann and Marlan brought additional areas of expertise to the table - both of which were essential in making this collaboration work.


altnyc.org

Fortunately, TAO had access to a wonderful consultant who became part of the producing team for the recording - Ann Owens.
Ann Owens had previously worked at Houston Grand Opera on many of their most successful recordings. Not only was she invaluable in helping both TAO and ALT navigate some of the logistical challenges involved in making a live opera recording, but she also recommended a wonderful recording producer and engineer, Marlan Barry, who we all quickly agreed would be ideal for the job. Ann and Marlan brought additional areas of expertise to the table - both of which were essential in making this collaboration work.


www.altnyc.org [cached]

Fortunately, TAO had access to a wonderful consultant who became part of the producing team for the recording - Ann Owens.
Ann Owens had previously worked at Houston Grand Opera on many of their most successful recordings. Not only was she invaluable in helping both TAO and ALT navigate some of the logistical challenges involved in making a live opera recording, but she also recommended a wonderful recording producer and engineer, Marlan Barry, who we all quickly agreed would be ideal for the job. Ann and Marlan brought additional areas of expertise to the table - both of which were essential in making this collaboration work.


www.altnyc.org [cached]

Fortunately, TAO had access to a wonderful consultant who became part of the producing team for the recording - Ann Owens.
Ann Owens had previously worked at Houston Grand Opera on many of their most successful recordings. Not only was she invaluable in helping both TAO and ALT navigate some of the logistical challenges involved in making a live opera recording, but she also recommended a wonderful recording producer and engineer, Marlan Barry, who we all quickly agreed would be ideal for the job. Ann and Marlan brought additional areas of expertise to the table - both of which were essential in making this collaboration work.


www.altnyc.org [cached]

Fortunately, TAO had access to a wonderful consultant who became part of the producing team for the recording - Ann Owens.
Ann Owens had previously worked at Houston Grand Opera on many of their most successful recordings. Not only was she invaluable in helping both TAO and ALT navigate some of the logistical challenges involved in making a live opera recording, but she also recommended a wonderful recording producer and engineer, Marlan Barry, who we all quickly agreed would be ideal for the job. Ann and Marlan brought additional areas of expertise to the table - both of which were essential in making this collaboration work.


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