A new interdisciplinary partnership between The Dallas Opera and the Nasher Sculpture Center unites the performing arts with the visual arts in a new and exciting way. This program includes a performance by world-renowned musicians inspired by the museum’s special exhibitions or collection, followed by a gallery tour. Through this pairing, visitors gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of both art forms and the influences they have on one another within a shared theme, era, or culture.
Date: Sunday, March 8, 2020
Location: Nasher Sculpture Center, Nasher Hall
Address: 2001 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201
Due to the popularity of this event RSVP requests have filled to capacity. To be placed on the wait list for this event please email email@example.com
Please know, it is commonplace, with free events, for patrons to RSVP/request seats, then not attend. At 1:50pm any available seating will be open to anyone wishing to see the performance. Also, due to the size of the performance hall and the popularity of this event, seating may fill to capacity before 1:50pm or the performance start time. Patrons are encouraged to come to the museum on Sunday to be placed on the waitlist for open seats. Great news, the Nasher Sculpture Center has graciously offered complimentary admission for all patrons signed up to attend this event, including those on the wait list. Patrons would still be responsible for their own parking expense.
Plan your visit: All patrons attending Sculpting Sounds will receive FREE admission to the museum. Come early and enjoy Brunch, offered at the Nasher Sculpture Center on weekends. Click here to learn more.
Valet: $10 weekend rate. Located directly in front of the Nasher on Flora St.
Underground parking is available in the Dallas Museum of Art 400-space garage on a first-come, first-served basis for a flat fee of $15, payable at time of entry. Cash and major credit cards are accepted. Garage parking for DMA Members and Nasher Sculpture Center members is free, pending availability.
Additional options: Trammell Crow Center Parking Garage price for non-members
Sundays: $5 Flat Rate
Garage entrances located on Olive St. and N. Harwood St.
More About The Artist
Elizabeth Sutphen, soprano, looks forward to the 2019-20 season with a return to Oper Frankfurt in her first Rossini heroine role of Lisetta in a new production of La gazzetta, and the charming Philine in Thomas’s Mignon. 2019-20 also sees her return to The Houston Grand Opera for her role debut of Gilda in Rigoletto, her house debut at The Dallas Opera as la voce dal cielo in Don Carlo, her debut with the Tiroler Festspiele in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, and La Folie in Rameau’s Platée with the Des Moines Metro Opera. Her 2018 season saw her back at Oper Frankfurt as Zerbinetta in Brigitte Fassbaender’s production of Ariadne auf Naxos, as Atalanta in Handel’s Xerxes, and Zerbinetta in a new production Ariadne directed by Michel Fau and conducted by Evan Rogister with the Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse.