Emerging midwestern soprano Megan Koch is currently based in DFW where she performs regularly with various organizations . . . see more
Fort Worth Opera 75th Anniversary Season
De los Santos’ cleverly new streamlined production taps into the zeitgeist of this uncertain, post-pandemic era, one not so removed from the epidemic-choked world surrounding the composer’s original opera. This sleek, intimate vision of La Traviata brings into sharp focus the inner conflicts of love and duty, freedom, passion, and self-sacrifice found throughout Piave’s libretto. For those who treasure this tragic romance or first-timers who have yet to experience Verdi’s sumptuous score, arias, and duets, there is something here for every opera lover to savor, just as audiences have done for over 160 years.
Lesley Resident Artist Recital Series:
P U R S U E
In collaboration with Evan Mitchell
To pursue: to go after, to seek, to continue. Whether or not we realize it, we all have short-term and long-term aspirations in life. We chase after our dreams no matter how extraordinary. This afternoon we will explore the pursuit of fame and fortune, love and joy, and simply, surviving day-to-day.
Photo by Freddie Watkins
MANON ON THE MOVE
downtown Fort Worth
This mobile opera experience features six delightful arias and scenes from Massenet's sparkling French tragicomedy, MANON, performed in transit from Trinity Metro Central Station to The Ashton Depot Catering & Events.
Ms. Koch will take audiences on a journey through Belle Époque Paris as she plays a young, impulsive woman who abandons true love for a life of glamour, hedonism, and decadence.
UNT Opera presents:
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR
Donizetti’s beloved bel canto masterpiece is interpreted in a whole new Covid-compliant concept: Lucia finds herself at the beginning of the opera in an isolation ward, surrounded by plastic curtaining; she relives the events that led up to her madness, and try as she might to make meaningful contact with others, no-one will come within nine feet of her… the time is the present. - UNT Opera
"Fort Worth's four premier performing arts organizations are teaming up for a first-ever 4th of July concert at Dickies Arena. Spearheaded by Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the concert, called "America Strong," will also feature performances by artists representing Fort Worth Opera, The Cliburn, and Texas Ballet Theater. "
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