Fort Worth Opera will offer a variety of events this season to connect and celebrate artists and patrons. The calendar is decorated with cocktail receptions, intimate concerts, and deep dive discussions with
tickets on sale now for all post show receptions below!
An Opening Weekend Celebration!
After the second performance of El Fuego de Una Mujer, which concludes Noches de Ópera and our Opening Weekend, the celebration continues from 6:00pm - 8:00pm in the adjacent gallery of Artes de la Rosa at Rose Marine Theater. Join your fellow patrons to meet the artists, sip on ice-cold Topo Chico and indulge in a cocktails and delicious bites by Chef Juan of Magdalena's as we sway to the sounds of DJ JC!
A Profound New Work
Promptly following An African American Requiem, join us to mingle with Artist and Composer-Conductor Damien Geter, as well as other performers, as we toast the evening’s performance. Live music, light bites, cocktails and party-goers will fill the galleries of Arts Fort Worth from 8:00pm - 10:00pm. Get your tickets today!
The Sold-Out Concert Returns
Immediately after the curtain closes on A Night of Black Excellence, join the cast and creatives at Arts Fort Worth, located at 1300 Gendy St, for an after-party of MORE music, MORE art, MORE culture, and MORE fun. Designed by Embodiez Decor, guests will be treated to delicious food catered by Chef Derrika, Chef Scotty Scott, and Chef Melvin Robinson of Dough Boy Donuts.
A Week of Opera!
Celebrate the end of a week-long foray into the glorious music of Aida, after the final performance. Join us as we mingle with the artists and toast the closing of our mainstage season. Festivities are from 6:00pm - 8:30pm at Arts Fort Worth.
Fort Worth natives and creative artisans Jessica Fuentes and Johnica Rivers will host and lead us through a discussion of Racial Equity in the Arts.
Fort Worth Opera will present this symposium series at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Auditorium. Moderated by Dr. Naomi André, who was recently appointed the David F. Frey Distinguished Professor of Music at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, these conversations will address topics of Race and Equitable Art-Making centered around intentional casting and making opera stages and companies more inclusive while still addressing the issues and problems of racial injustice. Tickets are on sale now for both discussions!
FWO would like to thank all of the patrons, sponsors, partners, and volunteers
who made this season’s events so memorable!