Dallas Opera: Conversations with Keith
featuring Dallas Opera General Director & CEO Keith Cerny
2403 Flora St. , Dallas, TX
The Dallas Opera, in partnership with KERA’s “Art&Seek,” is happy to announce the next edition of “Conversations with Keith” taking place on Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in Nancy B. Hamon Hall (located in the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center in Downtown Dallas), featuring special guest Heather Kitchen, Managing Director of the Dallas Theater Center.
The hot topic is “Accessible versus Avant-Garde Productions of Music and Theater” and if you have ever wondered how performing arts organizations select an artistic team and commission a brand-new work for the stage—this is the event for you.
The conversation will be moderated by the award-winning KERA/Art&Seek Producer-Reporter Jerome Weeks, who also moderated the Dallas Opera’s highly acclaimed “Page to Stage” weekend with composer Jake Heggie, librettist Gene Scheer, and other special guests, in preparation for the company’s enormously successful 2010 world premiere of Moby-Dick.
“Conversations with Keith” are always FREE and open to the public. However, seating is limited and RSVPs are strongly recommended. To secure your seat for this extraordinary inside look at creating and commissioning new twenty-first century works, call 214.443.1044 or reserve your seat online at firstname.lastname@example.org. Paid parking ($5 to $15) is available underneath the Winspear Opera House and throughout the Arts District.
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