Although the prices on subscriptions are nearly impossible to beat, for a variety of reasons, some people prefer to buy single tickets. Let us get on your radar screen now, because when these go on sale July 14th, many of the hottest performances are likely to fill up fast. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, June 30, […]
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A treat for the entire family! And that’s not hyperbole! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, May 30, 2014 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 Or Celeste Hart 214.443.1071 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org The Magic of Opera and Live Music TDO $5 Family Programming Presented by Texas Instruments ~~~~ With additional support from Lockheed Martin ~~~~ Part of “The Perot Foundation […]
It’s the return of the White Whale and the crew in pursuit of him: MOBY-DICK at the Dallas Opera — again — in 2016. This time, conducted by Dallas Opera Music Director Emmanuel Villaume. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, April 4, 2014 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 Celeste Hart 214.443.1072 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org THE DALLAS OPERA IS PROUD […]
It’s that rarest of rarities…an opera that has only been experienced in a handful of cities across the U.S. since its celebrated 1920 double world premiere! Die tote Stadt (“The Dead City”) comes to the Dallas Opera stage in a limited engagement, beginning March 21st. Read on for details.
Even if it were NOT our next mainstage opera, opening March 21st in the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, this three-minute exploration of “Die tote Stadt” and its composer by Gregory Sullivan Isaacs, Senior Classical Music Critic for “Theater Jones” is well worth a listen! Enjoy — and share! Suzanne Calvin, Director of Media […]
A cast change for the Dallas Opera’s upcoming production of Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s “Die tote Stadt” puts an exciting American soprano in the dual role of Marie/Marietta. Critically acclaimed American soprano Mardi Byers as Marie/Marietta, has replaced Danish soprano Ann Petersen.
Looking for the lowdown on the Dallas Opera’s upcoming presentation of “Death and the Powers”? The Global Interactive Simulcast? Wild lobby displays and cool apps?
“No opera ever composed has music more gorgeous, more sumptuous, than Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Die tote Stadt. This is, after all, music by the man who later became famous for scores for movies including “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” “The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex,” “The Sea Hawk” and “Of Human Bondage.” Thus writes […]
As we always hoped, it was love at FIRST SIGHT. Now, it looks as though pros like Jeanne Prejean of “My Sweet Charity” were equally impressed with this brand-new fashion component to the Dallas Opera’s Opening Weekend. Check out her comments here, as well as the terrific photos she took of the participating designers and […]
It marked her American debut so the pressure was on, but French mezzo-soprano–in two performances last weekend–showed herself more than capable of handling the heat, and generating a few extra gigawatts herself. The reviews are pouring in, including this one from Olin Chism of KERA’s “Art & Seek” who called Sunday’s matinee “a magnificent hello […]