Tag Archives: Dallas Morning News

And If You Didn’t Catch This Earlier

by Suzanne Calvin

Nancy Churnin of “The Dallas Morning News” had a terrific piece on the people behind the Dallas Opera’s new children’s production of Georges Bizet’s “Doctor Miracle” (next performance, tonight at 7:30 at the Dallas Children’s Theater; tickets $12). Nancy obviously gets the company’s commitment to arts education and the need to support developing young artists, […]

And If You Didn't Catch This Earlier

by tdoadmin

Nancy Churnin of “The Dallas Morning News” had a terrific piece on the people behind the Dallas Opera’s new children’s production of Georges Bizet’s “Doctor Miracle” (next performance, tonight at 7:30 at the Dallas Children’s Theater; tickets $12). Nancy obviously gets the company’s commitment to arts education and the need to support developing young artists, […]

“The Dallas Morning News” Applauds Our “Miracle”

by Suzanne Calvin

“Dallas Morning News” KidBeat Columnist Nancy Churnin, who is as passionate about enriching children’s lives as anyone I’ve ever encountered in mainstream journalism, didn’t just write a marvelous advance for our performances of Georges Bizet’s “Doctor Miracle” (the next one tonight at 7:30 at Dallas Children’s Theater–Tickets are just $12), she took the time to experience […]

"The Dallas Morning News" Applauds Our "Miracle"

by tdoadmin

“Dallas Morning News” KidBeat Columnist Nancy Churnin, who is as passionate about enriching children’s lives as anyone I’ve ever encountered in mainstream journalism, didn’t just write a marvelous advance for our performances of Georges Bizet’s “Doctor Miracle” (the next one tonight at 7:30 at Dallas Children’s Theater–Tickets are just $12), she took the time to experience […]

Dallas Morning News, KRLD, and Broadway World

by Suzanne Calvin

More on the emerging turnaround at the Dallas Opera under the leadership of General Director and CEO Keith Cerny and the Dallas Opera Board: from Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell of the “Dallas Morning News” (click here) and “Broadway World” (click there). I’m looking at dismal financial stories from arts organizations around the country this morning and it’s […]

Graeme's Future Plans

by tdoadmin

Evidently, it’s true: “All good things must come to an end.”  Although you mustn’t think Music Director Graeme Jenkins will be riding off into the sunset anytime soon! Our much-loved Brit has two more complete seasons left on his current contract and will be back at the Winspear Opera House podium as “Music Director Emeritus” (who […]

Graeme’s Future Plans

by Suzanne Calvin

Evidently, it’s true: “All good things must come to an end.”  Although you mustn’t think Music Director Graeme Jenkins will be riding off into the sunset anytime soon! Our much-loved Brit has two more complete seasons left on his current contract and will be back at the Winspear Opera House podium as “Music Director Emeritus” (who […]

Our Younger Supporting Artists

by Suzanne Calvin

A heart-warming look at two young brothers performing in “Boris Godunov” in Nancy Churnin’s KidBeat Column for “The Dallas Morning News.” You may need to register to read the main article, so start here at the “Morning News” blog to find out whether this topic catches your interest. And FYI, the topic is kids performing in opera–and […]

A Luminous Night at the Opera

by Suzanne Calvin

UNVEIL: the Dallas Opera’s 2011 Gala, chaired by Jessica Jesse, brought us the world premiere of Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s new song cycle, A Question of Light, in partnership with the Dallas Museum of Art. The reviews are now trickling in: Olin Chism at KERA’s “Art and Seek” blog says it was obvious that the audience […]

Boris Godunov: “World Treasure”

by Suzanne Calvin

The headline in today’s “Opera Warhorses” reads “World Treasure: a Stunning Dallas Opera Revival of Tarkovsky’s Classic, Insightful ‘Boris Godunov’ April 1, 2011″ And from “The Dallas Morning News” we heard from Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell that “the Dallas Opera Boris Godunov that opened Friday night at the Winspear Opera House would be a triumph […]