Tag Archives: Nathan Gunn

TDO Announces 2013/2014 Season “BY LOVE TRANSFORMED”

by Megan Meister

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, February 12, 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 ANNOUNCE AN INSPIRED FIFTH SEASON IN THE MARGOT AND BILL WINSPEAR OPERA HOUSE! BY LOVE TRANSFORMED FOUR MASTERPIECES THAT DEFIED CONVENTIONS BY BIZET, MACHOVER, KORNGOLD AND ROSSINI ~~~~ OPENING NIGHT: FRIDAY, OCTOBER […]

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: […]

A Week in the Life – And One to Remember Always!

by Megan Meister

 Latonia Moore taking a solo bow after her triumphant Metroplitan Opera debut as Verdi’s AIDA on the Saturday afternoon radio broadcast, March 3, 2012 This has been an incredibly exciting week.  Saturday night’s final performance of TRISTAN was a triumphant finale to perhaps the most highly praised production at The Dallas Opera in recent memory.   […]

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 […]

“A Question of Light”

by Suzanne Calvin

“What is the truth we see on the wall?” Explore A Question of Light, the extraordinary new song cycle by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer just UNVEILed by acclaimed American baritone Nathan Gunn at the Dallas Opera’s annual Gala. Get more of the story behind the cycle in this piece by Classical Music Critic Scott […]

Man of Many Talents and Passions

by Suzanne Calvin

An apt description for renowned American baritone Nathan Gunn, who will headline tonight’s Dallas Opera Gala: UNVEIL. Mr. Gunn will be performing the new song cycle by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer especially commissioned by the Dallas Opera for tonight’s event. He will also be performing a cabaret evening with his wife and frequent artistic […]

2011 World Premiere Weekend

by Suzanne Calvin

From Bob Miller’s column in “The Dallas Morning News”: The Dallas Opera honors Margaret McDermott with musical work By Robert Miller romiller@dallasnews.com Published 06 April 2011 10:54 PM The Dallas Opera will present the world premiere Friday evening of a song cycle dedicated to Dallas philanthropist Margaret McDermott. A Question of Light, by composer Jake […]

Three Men on a Commission

by Suzanne Calvin

For those of you who couldn’t get enough of last spring’s world premiere production of Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer’s MOBY-DICK, the duo have been commissioned again (their first collaboration since M-D) to create a new song cycle to be unveiled by renowned baritone Nathan Gunn in a one-time-only performance at the Dallas Opera’s 2011 Gala […]

"Don Pasquale" Romps Through the Winspear

by tdoadmin

And both critics and audiences seem…well, charmed. Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell praised a cast that ranged from “very good to dazzling” in his “Dallas Morning News” review. Olin Chism for KERA’s “Art and Seek” pronounced “Pasquale” a “winner,” reserving special kudos for the hilarious Donato DiStefano in the title role and the “vocally nimble […]