Tag Archives: SMU

Getting More Family-Friendly

by Suzanne Calvin

And sparking some great collaborations in the process. See the release below. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214-443-1014/suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org                                                                 THE DALLAS OPERA ANNOUNCES MORE FAMILY-FRIENDLY INITIATIVES FOR 2011-2012! ~~~~ NEW TDO FAMILY PERFORMANCES! IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SMU, UNT, AND DALLAS CHILDREN’S THEATER! ~~~~ TDO FAMILY CONCERT@THE WINSPEAR! ~~~~ NEW “PARENTS […]

The Critics Speak, Part One

by Suzanne Calvin

Heads rolled and the reviews are already rolling in for the Dallas Opera’s final installment of the famed Tudor Trilogy, “Anna Bolena” (Anne Boleyn) which opened this past weekend. Up first was “Dallas Morning News” Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell who praised the Dallas Opera Orchestra and Music Director Graeme Jenkins but found flaws in […]

"Boris" is More Than Good Enough

by tdoadmin

Yes, folks, tonight is the night we’ll be tackling the ticklish topic of Modest Mussorgsky’s “Boris Godunov” (our 2010-11 Season finale) and the Tsar himself with guests Dr. Lonny Harrison, Visiting Assistant Professor and Russian Section Head at UTA and Dr. Christopher S. Anderson, Professor of Sacred Music for the Perkins School of Theology at SMU. […]

“Boris” is More Than Good Enough

by Suzanne Calvin

Yes, folks, tonight is the night we’ll be tackling the ticklish topic of Modest Mussorgsky’s “Boris Godunov” (our 2010-11 Season finale) and the Tsar himself with guests Dr. Lonny Harrison, Visiting Assistant Professor and Russian Section Head at UTA and Dr. Christopher S. Anderson, Professor of Sacred Music for the Perkins School of Theology at SMU. […]

It's Curtains!

by tdoadmin

Just had an email from the DMA’s intrepid PR Director Jill Bernstein about a free event in partnership with SMU which allows art, music and architecture lovers to hear from Argentinian artist Guillermo Kuitca — in person — about his scene-stealing design of the new curtain in the Winspear Opera House. I’ve pasted the information […]

It’s Curtains!

by Suzanne Calvin

Just had an email from the DMA’s intrepid PR Director Jill Bernstein about a free event in partnership with SMU which allows art, music and architecture lovers to hear from Argentinian artist Guillermo Kuitca — in person — about his scene-stealing design of the new curtain in the Winspear Opera House. I’ve pasted the information […]