Tag Archives: Giacomo Puccini

THE DALLAS OPERA IS PROUD TO PRESENT Puccini’s Final Masterpiece TURANDOT

by Megan Meister

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, March 14, 2013 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214.443.1014 Or Megan Meister 214.443.1071 suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org megan.meister@dallasopera.org THE DALLAS OPERA IS PROUD TO PRESENT GIACOMO PUCCINI’S FINAL MASTERPIECE TURANDOT LIBRETTO BY GIUSEPPE ADAMI AND RENATO SIMONI, BASED ON THE CARLO GOZZI FABLE ~~~~ STARRING AMERICAN SOPRANO LISE LINDSTROM IN HER DALLAS OPERA DEBUT AS PRINCESS […]

Single Tickets for Dallas Opera’s Spring Productions – On Sale Nov. 14th

by Suzanne Calvin

If your interest is in Puccini’s “Turandot” or Argento’s “The Aspern Papers,” your chance for single tickets is just over a week away. But you might want to give some thought to a terrific two-pack for less than fifty dollars, especially with two more performances of AIDA this coming weekend. Read on… FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: […]

WRR and TDO Take You to the Opera

by Suzanne Calvin

  The Dallas Opera and the premier Classical Music Radio Station in Texas are taking you to the opera this October — and you don’t even have to put on your shoes. It’s part of the station’s ongoing “Saturday Afternoon at the Opera” series, at noon each Saturday, but for the month leading up to […]

EDIBLE OPERA

by Megan Meister

EDIBLE OPERA One of the best-loved opening scenes in opera, the beginning of Act One of Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème, revolves almost entirely around two things: hunger and extreme cold.  As we enter the season of feasting that extends from Thanksgiving Day through Chinese New Year’s and beyond, it’s a good time to push ourselves […]

“Two Men Enter, One Man Leaves!”

by Suzanne Calvin

I adore cultural history.  Pass me a book on the “Illuminated History of Light Fixtures in Venezuela” and—I’m in!  So, suffice it to say, I perked right up when I saw that Fred Plotkin of “Opera News Online” has put together a superb feature story (just in time for Giacomo Puccini’s 150th birthday) examining the […]

"Two Men Enter, One Man Leaves!"

by tdoadmin

I adore cultural history.  Pass me a book on the “Illuminated History of Light Fixtures in Venezuela” and—I’m in!  So, suffice it to say, I perked right up when I saw that Fred Plotkin of “Opera News Online” has put together a superb feature story (just in time for Giacomo Puccini’s 150th birthday) examining the […]