Aquava is pleased and proud to recognize our many partners and collaborating artists in the production and presentation of new musical projects:

Financial support has come from:

Arts International

Banco de Colombia, Bogotá

Universidad EAFIT, Medellín, Colombia

National Center for the Arts, Mexico City

The Pew Charitable Trusts

National Endowment for the Arts

The Rockefeller Foundation

Indiana Arts Commission (IAC)

American Music Center

Bloomington Area Arts Council (BAAC)

Bloomington Community Arts Commission (BCAC)

Musical, production, and broadcast support has come from:

Bloomington Chamber Singers

Bloomington Early Music Festival

Center Stage from Wolf Trap

Chicago Chamber Players

eighth blackbird

Evelyne Clavaud Productions


Indiana University Contemporary Vocal Ensemble

John Eaton Foundation

Rockefeller Chapel, University of Chicago

Universidad EAFIT, Medellín, Colombia

University of Chicago School of Music

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Tempus Fugit Music Festival, Tel Aviv

WFIU Public Radio

And of course the many great artists with whom we have had the privilege and pleasure to work.