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The best kept secret in music

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"What People Are Saying"

"Great, great, great ..."
Adrienne Greenbaum, Klezmer Flute

"I am moved and touched ..."
Erich Graf
Principal Flutist
Utah Symphony

"This is so moving. Makes me appreciate being an American." – Sarah Schmidt, Great Falls, Montana

"Now We Can Sing reminded me that I have a voice." – Janice Bowen, Salt Lake City, UT

"I'm not Jewish but I am an immigrant. I was so moved." - Hank Morris, Miami, FL

"This music is top shelf." – Scott Sutherby, musician, San Ramon, CA

"I loved the way they combined classical music and cabaret songs ... and those interviews. Made me feel like I was back in 1930's Germany." – Stella Winer, New York City, NY


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KEITH TORGAN, Singer, songwriter, guitarist, actor, storyteller, and performance artist, has appeared in hundreds of theaters, schools, museums and libraries throughout the United States.
Torgan was composer at the Williams Town Theater Festival, founder and songwriter for Morgan, Torgan and Teri, guest performer and writer for BMG’s Early Years series. And composer and lyricist for the Simply Elementary Flagship program; there is always a dragon to slay.
Torgan has written over one thousand songs, appeared in cabarets in Universities throughout the United States. Torgan studied at Circle in the Square Theatre, American Academy of Dramatic Arts and State University of New York at Albany.

BARBARA SIESEL, flutist, performance artist and producer, performs both in traditional venues and in experimental new media projects. Siesel has appeared as soloist in principal halls of China, Korea, Spain, Japan, Taiwan, Russia and the United States. She has made extended tours of the Far East, Spain and China including three weeks of workshops, master classes and recitals at the Central Conservatory in Beijing, and appearances in Japan and Taiwan sponsored by the Altus Flute Co., Ltd. In 1995, representing women in the arts, she appeared in solo concert at the United Nations Conference on Women in Beijing.
Ms. Siesel served as soloist at Jornados de Musica del Siglo XX in Segovia, Spain, California’s Redwood Festival, the Adirondack Festival of American Music, the Derriere Guard Festival in New York City, and the Festival of the Performing Arts at Florida International University. Continuing her long-standing interest in interdisciplinary work and multimedia, Siesel was asked to create and direct an experimental interdisciplinary/ multimedia program at the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida.