Concerts & Performances

Concerts & Performances

Enjoy a variety of concerts and performances, from classical chamber music to our Late Night After Hour Showcase and more.

Upcoming Concerts & Performances

Format: 4/30/16

Emel Mathlouthi in Concert

Saturday, April 30, 8:00-9:30 p.m.

A strident songstress whose intensity is cloaked in mellifluous vocals, Emel Mathlouthi is also known for her role as a leading artist in the Arab Spring. Born in Tunis, she was shunned from her country's official airwaves but rose to prominence through social media. She released her first album, Kelmti Horra (My Word Is Free), in 2012, garnering lavish praise from critics and fans for her powerful vocals laid over a unique mix of North African rythyms and modern electronic beats. 


Bancroft Family Concerts

Selected Saturdays, 3:00 p.m.

Presented in partnership with the Fine Arts Chamber Players 
Saturday, May 14, 2016
In memory of Dallas musician Charles Barr, Sai Sai Ding, a talented young cellist, will perform the music of Locatelli, Crumb, and Brahms, accompanied by Yurie Iwasaki on piano.


Music and Masterpieces

Saturday, May 21

Join the Dallas Opera and Dallas Museum of Art in a special presentation of Music and Masterpieces, combining song and art in a unique way. Baritone Corey Crider will perform selections incorporating the poetry of Robert Louis Stevenson and Shakespeare with music by prolific composers. A Museum tour, highlighting works of art inspired by the themes of the performance, will immediately follow.


Museum Murder Mystery: An Artful Game of Clue

Friday, June 3, 8:00 p.m.

Have you ever wanted to play a live game of Clue? Now is your chance to put your detective hat on and solve one of our popular Museum Murder Mysteries. Portrait of a Gentleman has been murdered! It is up to you to discover the room where the murder took place, figure out what was used as the murder weapon, and interview key suspects, including The Bugler and The Dancer, throughout the Museum. This event is for ages 16 and up.