Tag Archives: La boheme

“Boheme” review from Pegasus News

by Suzanne Calvin

A review you might have missed, on The Dallas Opera’s “La boheme” with one more performance Saturday, February 21st.  Mark-Brian Sonna dishes. For that matter, another very interesting review from ConcertoNet’s Paul Wooley, giving us the Classical Music Network’s take on our latest production. If you haven’t already purchased your ticket; you really mustn’t let […]

Breaking the Language Barrier with the Italian Club

by tdo

From the beginning of opera with Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo to the height of versimo opera with Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, the Italian language has permeated the art form. Its mellifluous flow defines theatrical romance language. Friday, September 19th, patrons eagerly arrived at the doors of the prominent Italian Club of Dallas, hoping to get a taste of the […]

He Brought a Voice to an Instrument Fight

by tdo

Dr. Stephen Dubberly lecturing on Roberto Devereux at One Arts Plaza Dr. Stephen Dubberly promised not to sing for us at the beginning of his lecture on our upcoming production of Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux. About thirty-minutes in, he broke that promise. As the University of North Texas’ Music Director, Dr. Dubberly is very familiar with […]