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The Dallas Opera’s 21st Century Wall of Honor

by Megan Meister

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214-443-1014/suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org                                                                 THE DALLAS OPERA IS PROUD TO RECOGNIZE THE REMARKABLE GENEROSITY OF SEVEN INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS ON THE DALLAS OPERA’S 21st CENTURY WALL OF HONOR ~~~~ HONORING THOSE WHO HAVE MADE MULTI-MILLON DOLLAR COMMITMENTS TO TDO IN THE 21ST CENTURY, CONTRIBUTING TO THE ARTISTIC […]

The Dallas Opera's 21st Century Wall of Honor

by tdoadmin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214-443-1014/suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org                                                                 THE DALLAS OPERA IS PROUD TO RECOGNIZE THE REMARKABLE GENEROSITY OF SEVEN INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS ON THE DALLAS OPERA’S 21st CENTURY WALL OF HONOR ~~~~ HONORING THOSE WHO HAVE MADE MULTI-MILLON DOLLAR COMMITMENTS TO TDO IN THE 21ST CENTURY, CONTRIBUTING TO THE ARTISTIC […]

Dallas Opera Guild Vocal Competition Winners

by Suzanne Calvin

They were winners, all. But here’s the exciting outcome: The 23rd Annual “Dallas Opera Guild Vocal Competition” Awards $20,500 in Prize Monies! ~~~~ Countertenor John Holiday, Jr. Takes Top Prize and $8,000 Cash! ~~~~ Second Place Tie ($4,000 Apiece) for Sopranos Katrina Galka and Maren Weinberger ~~~~ “People’s Choice Award” Winner Norman Garrett ~~~~ Honoring […]

2011 Founders Award Luncheon

by Suzanne Calvin

It’s that time of year — time for the annual Juanita and Henry S. Miller, Jr. Founders Award Luncheon hosted by The Women’s Board of the Dallas Opera. This year’s honorees, Sara and David Martineau, were serenaded by two very special guests. Find out more about the event and those “Andy Garcia good looks” at […]

The Torch Has Been Passed

by Suzanne Calvin

Yet, the flame lives on. The Founding President and Honorary Director of The Dallas Opera (originally Dallas Civic Opera), one of the most influential and prescient civic, art and business leaders in the history of Dallas, has passed away at the age of 95. Henry S. Miller, Jr. died Saturday (December 5th) following a brief illness, […]