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Give the gift of Opera this holiday season!

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La Bohème

The classic returns to Bass Performance Hall in 2024!

La Bohème is a timeless story of young love, set in the heart of 19th century Paris. The opera follows the lives of a group of Bohemian artists, including the poet Rodolfo and his seamstress lover Mimi, as they navigate poverty, friendship, and romance.

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dwb (driving while black)

FEB 16 - 17

VAN CLIBURN CONCERT HALL

FEB 24

KIMBELL ART MUSEUM

A montage of poetic and haunting moments examining the trials and triumphs Black mothers experience as their children come of age in a society plagued by racism and inequality. We meet the Mother, examining the dangerous world out of her control.  Anxiety builds in her mind and heart as her “beautiful brown boy” approaches manhood and the realities of modern life as a Black person in America.                   Learn More >

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An Evening with Morris Robinson

JUNE 18

Capping off the 2023 – 2024 season is a one-man show performed by All-American college football player and 2022 Grammy Award-winning bass Morris Robinson! Robinson will present works from the classic canon and as well as traditional Black spirituals in honor of Juneteenth.

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Civic Impact

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The Tragedy of Carmen

Jan 27, 2024 - 7:30pm & Jan 28, 2024 - 2:00pm

I.M. Terrell

Part of the Civic Impact and Hattie Mae Lesley Resident Artists season in collaboration with I.M. Terrell Academy.  The Tragedy of Carmen is an adaptation of Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen," with a new libretto by Sheldon Harnick. Rated PG13, some material may not be suitable for children.  <read more>

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Our Mission at the Fort Worth Opera is to educate, entertain and expand the horizons of current and future audiences and artists through variety and artistic integrity.

 

Founded in 1946, Fort Worth Opera is now in its 78th season.  We continue our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, collaboration and access in order to better serve our community. The company’s Civic Impact programs bring opera directly into the community making performance experiences accessible to all. The Children’s Opera Theatre program reaches about 40,000 students across North Texas each season with live, interactive performances.  Fort Worth Opera strives to continue our mission to educate, entertain, and expand the horizons of current and future audiences and artists through variety and artistic integrity.

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