From casual public performances in your favorite local pub to black tie dinners featuring some of the company’s brightest stars, FWOpera excites and entertains audiences with year round engaging programs.

Transcending the concert hall, Fort Worth Opera is committed to bringing the power and beauty of great opera to audiences across North Texas with a full, yearly line-up of specially crafted events. Designed to both educate and entertain, FWOpera welcomes opera lovers of all levels to experience this art form in a way they never have before.

October 22, 2015 - March 24, 2016


Beginning in October 2015 and culminating in the world premiere of FWOpera’s JFK by David T. Little and Royce Vavrek, JFK: 5 Decades of Progress will include six unique events focused on the presidential platforms of John F. Kennedy and the progression of those topics during the 50 years since his presidency. The series will highlight a variety of important topics, policies, and events that helped define President Kennedy’s time in office. From issues like Civil Rights, U.S foreign policy, and the Space Race to the evolution of journalism and government support of the arts, JFK: Five Decades of Progress will show how far – or not so far in some instances – the U.S has come since the President’s time in Texas.

February 25, 2016

Opera Overture: Buried Alive | Embedded

Be the first to hear music from the Regional Premiere of these two stunning operas. Featuring conversations with composers Patrick Soluri and Jeff Myers, and performances from the Hattie Mae Lesley Apprentice Artists Program.