There were many things to like about Saturday night’s concert by the Dallas Opera, but not many people to like them.
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The opera, Great Scott, already had Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally working on it. So now the Dallas Opera has a Tony Award-winning director to go with him.
Today in the roundup: Keith Cerny dissects Puccini, local music bits and the Meadows Museum hands out an award.
Today in the roundup: The year at the Dallas Opera, lists of local albums and why Dallas should be watching museums in Europe.
A Bill Gates-like billionaire downloads his life into a computer system. Robots re-enact the lives of their human creators, long dead. The Dallas Opera will present Tod Machover’s Death and the Powers: in 2014. Watch VIDEOS of Machover and learn about the other North Texas grants.
Today in the roundup: The Dallas Opera’s Aida talks about her nervous debut, Norah Jones returns, plus political lessons from the ancient world.
Today in the roundup: Graeme Jenkins on ending his Dallas Opera run, wondering how much Madonna sang and a local rapper’s first rhymes.
Today in the roundup: The Titanic docks in Fort Worth, previewing Dallas Opera’s season opener and Louis Kahn’s last project.
FWOpera director Darren Woods and Dallas Opera director Keith Cerny will talk in public together for the first time, answering questions about new works, the measure of success and the future of opera. It’s almost Halloween: We’ll also ask for any horror stories.
The next “Conversations with Keith” opera event is slated for Tuesday. If you’re interested in modern opera, pull up a chair and join the discussion.