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Posts Tagged 'Fort Worth Opera'
Fort Worth Opera will give With Blood, With Ink – an opera about a brilliant, tragic 17th-century feminist-nun – its first fully-professional premiere next season. But next week, you can see a preview of it.
The Fort Worth Opera, and all of us at Art&Seek, invite you to an event we’re so excited about that we’re putting it on twice – in Dallas and Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Opera releases an album, as do a number of local bands. And a new book revisits Prohibition in North Texas.
A last-minute replacement in the ensemble, Forte Opera Trio, tenor Sean Panikkar wowed judge Howard Stern. Which you might have expected, if you’d seen him earlier this year in FWOpera’s La Boheme.
The Fairmont’s resident artist shows off his work, a bunch of trash wins another artist $1,000 and Fort Worth Opera is awarded a major grant.
This Big Deal will take you where opera is happening.
Most people associate opera with the diva’s high notes, but some classics require the voice of a child. Puccini’s much loved La Bohème opened the Fort Worth Opera festival and repeats Sunday and May 3. We profiled 16 Fort Worth kids, who are taking the stage right alongside Rodolpho and Mimi.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s ‘Glory Denied,’ assessing the George W. Bush Presidential Center and a local critic goes national.
Today in the roundup: Waylon with the Old 97′s, reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s La Bohème and previewing DTC’s Fly By Night.