Because Fort Worth Opera presents its shows in rotation, it has to scramble between Bass Hall and Scott Theatre. That’s going to change. What isn’t changing is its commitment to newer, more adventuresome operas.
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Presented by the Fort Worth Opera, Mozart’s classic ‘The Marriage of Figaro’ makes it’s way to Bass Performance Hall. Four lucky winners of this week’s Big Deal will receive a pair of tickets.
Art&Seek is giving away 4 pairs of tickets to see Giacomo Puccini’s “Tosca” at the 2p.m. performance on Sunday, May 20.
Two years were added to the ebullient Woods’ current contract as general director of FWO — the third consecutive time the board has extended it. Someone must like him and/or he must be doing something right. You think?
Both sides of the metroplex are generating new operas — but in different ways. And the big beneficiary has been Jake Heggie, composer of Moby-Dick.
Today in the roundup: FW Opera’s new venture, DTC’s giant Giant and the value of musical instruments.
Today in the roundup: The year in classical music, Texas’ female arts patrons and Fort Worth’s rockabilly royalty.
Bonnie and Clyde shoot themselves in the foot on Broadway, the Grammy nominators smile on Texas performers, the Dallas Zoo has a record year — and more in this morning’s roundup.
Today in the roundup: Fort Worth Opera pays up, Dallas Opera cashes in and Joan Rivers is addicted to laughs.
Compose a song glorifying the Rangers, to the tune of “The Toreador Song” from Carmen. When the Rangers win, the winning song will be sung by the general director of St. Louis Opera.