Tag Archives: University of North Texas

Aida sings Rachmaninoff, Puccini, Tchaikovsky…

by Suzanne Calvin

Tonight at 8:00 at the University of North Texas Murchison Performing Arts Center, renowned soprano Latonia Moore (currently dazzling critics and audiences in the title role of the Dallas Opera’s Aida) will do one of the many things she does best: stepping in for an ailing singer. As she did earlier this year at the […]

TDO Family Series: DOCTOR MIRACLE

by Suzanne Calvin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, September 26, 2011 Contact: Suzanne Calvin 214-443-1014/suzanne.calvin@dallasopera.org A REMINDER FROM THE DALLAS OPERA THAT TICKETS ARE ON-SALE NOW FOR PERFORMANCES OF GEORGES BIZET’S CHARMING ONE-ACT COMEDY, SUNG IN ENGLISH DOCTOR MIRACLE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH DALLAS CHILDREN’S THEATER ~~~~ STARRING OUTSTANDING YOUNG SINGERS FROM SMU’S MEADOWS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS AND UNT’S […]

Ahab’s Encore!

by Suzanne Calvin

Fascinating news from Jake Heggie and Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell: Evidently Captain Ahab is unsinkable after all. Get all the details of Jake’s upcoming stint as University of North Texas Artist-in-Residence and plans for a new symphonic work based on…you guessed it… Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media & PR

Ahab's Encore!

by tdoadmin

Fascinating news from Jake Heggie and Classical Music Critic Scott Cantrell: Evidently Captain Ahab is unsinkable after all. Get all the details of Jake’s upcoming stint as University of North Texas Artist-in-Residence and plans for a new symphonic work based on…you guessed it… Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media & PR

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 […]