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    Tuesday, March 5th

    FREE Event - Conversations with Keith with Heather Kitchen of Dallas Theater Center

    Presented in partnership with KERA’s Art&Seek and moderated by Producer-Reporter Jerome Weeks. You won’t want to miss this stimulating conversation on “Accessible versus Avant-Garde Productions of Music and Theater.” If you’ve ever wondered how performing arts organizations select an artistic team and commission a new work, this is the event for you. Join TDO General Director and CEO Keith Cerny along with Heather Kitchen, Managing Director for the Dallas Theater Center, to add your voice to the conversation.

    Time 6:30pm

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

    Cost FREE with RSVP

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    Wednesday, March 6th

    FREE event - Brownbags@theopera featuring Christian Teague

    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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    Saturday, March 9th

    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, March 9th

    Dallas Opera Gala Featuring legendary mezzo-soprano Susan Graham

    Be sure to mark your calendars and Save the Date! Don't be left out of the soiree of the season. Cocktails, Dinner and a performance all included in your ticket price. Full details can be found by clicking the more info link. More info

    Time 6:00pm

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

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    Wednesday, March 20th

    FREE Event - Brownbags@theopera featuring Rachel Alexander

    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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    Saturday, March 23rd

    FREE event - The Dallas Opera Guild Annual Vocal Competition

    Come see and hear the rising stars of opera with a Texas connection and vote for your favorite to win the audience award with a cash prize. Honorees for the 2013 Competition are Katherine and Michael Phillips whose generosity of time, talent, and resources has enriched not only the Dallas Opera and the Dallas Opera Guild but also many other civic and arts organizations. More info

    Schedule

    • 11:30am Semi-Finals begin
    • 7:30pm Finals Competition begins

    Where Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

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    Sunday, March 24th

    FREE event - Dallas Opera Guild Opera Insights - Turandot & The Aspern Papers

    Learn about the final two operas of the season, Puccini's TURNADOT and Argento's THE ASPERN PAPERS with a panel discussion with the cast and prodcution team of both operas. Moderated by Dallas Opera Artistic Director Jonathan Pell.

    Time 3:00pm

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

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

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    Monday, March 25th

    Women's Board Founder's Lecture Series: Turandot

    Join UNT Opera Music Director Dr. Stephen Dubberly as he shares insights and musical excerpts from Puccini's Turandot in an intimate setting.

    Time 6:30pm

    Where McCasland Board Room, Dallas Opera Offices (map)

    Cost $45 per person (includes parking and refreshments)
    Please call Susan McIntyre at 214-443-1049 to reserve

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    Wednesday, March 27th

    The Aspern Papers Book Club - Final Session

    Third of three sessions
    Join TDO with special guest moderator Dr. Robert Scott Dupree, Professor of English and Director of Library & University Research at University of Dallas as we explore the inspiration of Dominick Argento's opera The Aspern Papers. This is the final session, so don't miss it!

    This session: Music as literary Interpretation: Argento as a reader of James
    How does Argento’s opera understand or shift the meaning of the original novella and what do we learn about James’ story from his opera? More info

    Time 6:30pm

    Where Dallas Opera Board Room, Winspear Opera House (map) (directions)

    Cost FREE, with RSVP