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    Saturday, September 8th

    Jack and the Beanstalk

    By John Davies / Sung in English

    As part of Target 2nd Saturday at the Latino Cultural Center, The Dallas Opera presents a family-friendly performance of John Davies’ operatic interpretation of the classic children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Set to the music of Sir Arthur Sullivan of “Gilbert and Sullivan” fame you won’t want to miss this charming and witty opera that teaches the timeless lesson of The Golden Rule.

    Time 12:00pm

    Where Latino Cultural Center (map)

    Cost FREE, RSVP for an event reminder

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    Monday, September 10th

    Single Tickets Go on Sale for Aida & Family Performances

    Single ticket for AIDA and all Family Performance go on sale at 10 AM. Additionally, tickets for two special concerts will go on sale - Laura Claycomb Recital on 10/7/2012 and Marcello Giordani with the TDO Orchestra in Concert on 2/2/2013. More info

    Time 10:00am

    Where Winspear Opera House OR Online (map)

    Cost Tickets start at $19
    Family Performances are $5

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    Wednesday, September 12th

    Brownbags@theopera

    Work or live near the Winspear? Then bring your lunch or grab a bite from one of the many food trucks, find a comfortable seat under the canopy in Sammons Park at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, and join us for a noontime recital featuring local upcoming talent from the North Texas area.

    Time 12:00pm

    Where Sammons Park (map) (directions)

    Cost FREE — no RSVP required! Simply come and enjoy!

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    Tuesday, September 18th

    Composing Conversations with Tod Machover

    Tod Machover, Professor of Music and Media at MIT Media Lab will be presenting a encore talk about his opera DEATH AND THE POWERS (premiered Monte Carlo, 2010)

    Machover has been called America’s “most wired composer” for his unique ability to blend contemporary classical music, opera and cutting edge technology.
    Join the Dallas Opera General Director and CEO Keith Cerny for a conversation with Tod Machover as he explores his recent work DEATH AND THE POWERS and elaborates about the process of composing new work. The event will also feature a performance by American Soprano Sara Heaton noted for her “gleaming lyricism” by Opera News Online and her “sweet, pure soprano” by the Chicago Tribune. More info

    Time 6:30pm

    Where Hamon Hall Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost FREE, with RSVP

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    Wednesday, September 26th

    Brownbags@theopera

    Work or live near the Winspear? Then bring your lunch or grab a bite from one of the many food trucks, find a comfortable seat under the canopy in Sammons Park at the AT&T Performing Arts Center, and join us for a noontime recital featuring local upcoming talent from the North Texas area.

    Time 12:00pm

    Where Sammons Park (map) (directions)

    Cost FREE — no RSVP required, simply come and enjoy!