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Dark Days
On 2/4/2015 By Edward Brown (Fort Worth Weekly)
Fort Worth Opera prepares for its festival by discussing its most harrowing production yet. ...

TCU Opera Studio under new direction
On 2/2/2015 By Donald Griffin (TCU 360)
The opera studio is now under the direction of a TCU opera studio alumna....

Opera Overture: Frontiers
On 1/15/2015 By The Dallas Morning News
Experience the process of creating new operatic works in an evening of discussion alumna....

Opera Shots 2015: Rahr & Sons Brewing Company
On 1/15/15 By The Dallas Morning News
The Fort Worth Opera presents its first Opera Shots event of 2015....

Darren K. Woods: Frontier Forger
On 1/13/15 By Gregory Sullivan Isaacs, TheatreJones
The General Director of Fort Worth Opera has reinvented the company and helped lead the nationwide path toward new opera....

DFW arts preview: A mighty fine ’15
On 1/06/15 By Mark Lowry - Special to DFW.com
New year brings blockbuster musicals, dance and piano festivals, must-see art exhibits, and more opera....

Plenty to Applaud
On 1/1/15 By Gaile Robinson and Mark Lowry- Indulge
Indulge magazine has named 'Dog Days' as one of the top 15 fine events to see in 2015...

'JFK': Workshopping an icon into an opera
On 1/1/15 By David Patrick Stearns
Opera Philadelphia composer-in-residence David T. Little is devising a way to make John F. Kennedy sing - operatically, and on the eve of his 1963 assassination in 2015...

The Year in Music
On 12/31/2014 By Gregory Sullivan Isaacs
Gregory Sullivan Isaacs looks back at opera and classical music in 2014, which was a great year for new music. Old stuff, too....

Critic’s picks: Best Tarrant-area classical music and opera performances of 2014
On 12/29/14 By Olin Chism- Special to the Star-Telegram
Following are some memorable programs from throughout the year, in order of preference......

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