Guest blogger Olin Chism says Emmanuel Villaume led a brisk and disciplined performance of the Bizet opera. Plus a round-up of other reviews.
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The Dallas Symphony has a new, two-year contract, and the Dallas Opera has balanced its budget – two years ahead of schedule. Not bad, considering both groups were in severe financial trouble in 2011.
The Dallas Opera will simulcast the ‘robot opera,’ Death and the Powers, to 10 locations around the U.S and Europe — the first time this has been done. What’s more, it’ll be interactive.
Previewing Dallas Opera’s robot invasion, reviewing Theatre Three’s forgotten farce and a notable acting death with Dallas ties.
A well-traveled guest conductor, Emmanuel Villaume was music director of the Spoleto Festival USA for ten years. He’ll be only the third music director in Dallas Opera history.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera has a big announcement, the DMA hands out some awards and Amphibian Stage Productions stages a controversial piece.
Today in the roundup: The DIFF winners, a big weekend for The Dallas Opera and the classical sister act coming to town.
Today in the roundup: ‘The Rite of Spring’ returns, local music bits and composer Dominick Argento on the ghost who helped him write.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Stage West’s 4000 miles, the Perot packs ‘em in and the mezzo-soprano’s role in opera.
Today in the roundup: A return engagement for The Dallas Opera, how a film accurately captures Renoir at work and Stage West’s busy schedule.