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    Thursday, November 1st

    A Toast to Graeme Jenkins

    The Women's Board of the Dallas Opera invites you to celebrate 20 years of leadership from Maestro Graeme Jenkins, the Mrs. Eugene McDermott Music Director, during his farewell season with The Dallas Opera.

    Wine and hors d'oeuvres
    Business Attire

    Time 6:00pm

    Where Hamon Hall (map)

    Cost $75 per person

    Call Susan McIntyre at 214-443-1049 to reserve

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    Saturday, November 3rd

    Community Performance of Jack and the Beanstalk

    Join the Dallas Opera as we partner with the Dallas Public Library to present a family friendly performance of John Davies’ operatic interpretation of the classic children’s tale Jack and the Beanstalk. Sung in English and 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 2:00pm

    Where Timberglen Branch Dallas Public Library (map)

    Cost FREE

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    Saturday, November 3rd

    Aida

    By Giuseppe Verdi / Sung in Italian

    In Ancient Egypt, a captive Ethiopian princess, Aida, is torn between her love for the Egyptian commander Radames and her loyalty to her own father and country. The lovers must fend off the schemes of a fiercely jealous Egyptian princess and decide whether true love trumps honor and duty. This 19th-century masterpiece proves that a pyramid may be the greatest love triangle of all! More info

    Time 7:30pm

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost Tickets start at $19

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    Sunday, November 4th

    Family Concert

    A parade of opera’s greatest hits. From Mozart to Puccini and Bizet to TDO favorite Jake Heggie, we’ll have something for opera fans of all ages including fun family friendly activities prior to the performance that will be free and open to the public. More info

    Schedule

    • 12:30 pm Lobby Activities
    • 2:00 pm Performance Begins

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost $5 performance.
    Lobby activities FREE and open to the public.

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    Wednesday, November 7th

    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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    Friday, November 9th

    Aida

    By Giuseppe Verdi / Sung in Italian

    In Ancient Egypt, a captive Ethiopian princess, Aida, is torn between her love for the Egyptian commander Radames and her loyalty to her own father and country. The lovers must fend off the schemes of a fiercely jealous Egyptian princess and decide whether true love trumps honor and duty. This 19th-century masterpiece proves that a pyramid may be the greatest love triangle of all! More info

    Time 7:30pm

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost Tickets start at $19

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    Saturday, November 10th

    Inside the Dallas Opera with WRR Classical 101

    Monthly radio broadcast on WRR Classical 101 Topics will vary by month, exploring past, present and upcoming performances.

    Where WRR Classical 101

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    Saturday, November 10th

    Doctor Miracle (Bizet)

    by Georges Bizet | Sung in English

    A family friendly performance featuring the Dallas Opera Orchestra and presented in partnership with the SMU opera program, enjoy a hilarious, fully staged one-act opera about a young man’s quest to marry his true love? We’ll even have fun lobby activities to complement the story of the opera. Chose from 2 different performance times. More info

    Schedule

    • 10:30am Performance I
    • 12:00pm Lobby activities
    • 2:00pm Performance II

    Where Winspear Opera House (directions)

    Cost $5, performance, lobby activities FREE and open to the public

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    Saturday, November 10th

    Music & Masterpieces presented in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art

    Join the Dallas Opera and the Dallas Museum of art for a new interdisciplinary partnership uniting the performing arts with the visual arts in a new and exciting way. Each Music & Masterpieces program includes a performance by world-renowned musicians inspired by the DMA's special exhibitions or collection paired with a gallery tour.*

    Inspired by the exhibition Posters of Paris: Toulouse-Lautrec and His Contemporaries, Nathalie Paulin, a French-Canadian soprano, will perform music ranging from late 19th-century French opera to art songs and Parisian bistro chansons.

    Soprano Nathalie Paulin has established herself in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Far East as an interpretive artist of the very first rank. Winner of a Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Opera Performance, she has collaborated with internationally renowned conductors including Jane Glover, Antony Walker, Sir Roger Norrington, Richard Bradshaw, Andrew Litton and Dallas Opera's own Grame Jenkins on both the concert platform and in opera.

    You won't want to miss the very first in this new series. More info

    Time 2:00pm

    Where The Dallas Museum of Art, Horchow Auditorium (map) (directions)

    Cost Performance is FREE. General Admission to the museum is an additional charge. Tour and access to the special exhibit will also be FREE but space is limited.
    Tickets will not be issued, all seating will be general admission in Horchow Auditorium

    * as space allows, tour size will be limited

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    Sunday, November 11th

    Aida - Final Performance

    By Giuseppe Verdi / Sung in Italian

    In Ancient Egypt, a captive Ethiopian princess, Aida, is torn between her love for the Egyptian commander Radames and her loyalty to her own father and country. The lovers must fend off the schemes of a fiercely jealous Egyptian princess and decide whether true love trumps honor and duty. This 19th-century masterpiece proves that a pyramid may be the greatest love triangle of all! More info

    Time 2:00pm

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost Tickets start at $25

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    Wednesday, November 14th

    Single Tickets On Sale - Turandot and The Aspern Papers

    Single tickets for Turandot and The Aspern Papers go on sale. More info

    Time 10:00am

    Where Winspear Opera House, 2403 Flora OR online

    Cost Tickets start at $19.