Tag Archives: The Dallas Morning News

The Bare (or is it Awful?) Truth

by Suzanne Calvin

Did they look something like…this?   Must’ve been a good harvest that year; yes indeed–a very good harvest. “The Dallas Morning News” Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell, while pondering a few questions I tossed out to some of our more imaginative arts writers and reviewers, revived one of his most indelible (in fact, indigestible) opera memories […]

Keeping “Dallas” in Dallas

by Suzanne Calvin

  Although it doesn’t make sense for the new TNT “Dallas” to shoot anywhere but, we live in a strange age in which such decisions are based not on logic, but on the highest bidder. And, evidently, there are other cities just itching to stand in for Big D. For this reason, and more, on […]

Last Round-Up for the MAGIC FLUTE Simulcast

by Suzanne Calvin

I do believe that Patrick Carfizzi and Ava Pine are gaping at the latest figures — showing upwards of 30,500 ticket requests for our upcoming simulcast! Fewer than 1500 free tickets remain for the Dallas Opera Cowboys Stadium Simulcast on Saturday, April 28th, presented by The Dallas Foundation. Better act quick! Here’s more from “Barihunks” “Yahoo! […]

25K – And Still Counting (Have you Reserved Your Seats?)

by Suzanne Calvin

Time is running out to reserve your seat or seats for the Dallas Opera’s April 28th Cowboys Stadium simulcast, presented by The Dallas Foundation. However, the hot news of the day is that 25,000 of you have already signed up for tickets to attend the Saturday evening performance — live from the Winspear Opera House […]

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 […]