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Entre Amigos: Encore

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Don’t miss Fort Worth Opera’s Entre Amigos: Encore,

Streaming December 3, 4, and 5 through Fort Worth Opera’s Green Room!

Co-curated by internationally renowned opera singers Vanessa Becerra, Claudia Chapa, and Luis Alejandro Orozco, Entre Amigos also stars award-winning tenor Rafael Moras, Columbian virtuoso pianist Eduardo Rojas (Yamaha Artists USA), and San Antonio’s dazzling Mariachi ensemble, Trio Chapultepec (Vincent Pequeño, William Carlton Galvez, Israel Alcala).Don’t miss Fort Worth Opera’s Entre Amigos: Encore, streaming December 3, 4, and 5 through Fort Worth Opera’s Green Room! Co-curated by internationally renowned opera singers Vanessa Becerra, Claudia Chapa, and Luis Alejandro Orozco, Entre Amigos also stars award-winning tenor Rafael Moras, Columbian virtuoso pianist Eduardo Rojas (Yamaha Artists USA), and San Antonio’s dazzling Mariachi ensemble, Trio Chapultepec (Vincent Pequeño, William Carlton Galvez, Israel Alcala).
Filmed at the historic Rose Marine Theater,  Entre Amigos features music by composer and conductor of concert, film, and video game music, Nico Gutierrez, and an exciting mix of arias, art songs, boleros, zarzuela romanzas, and traditional rancheras by iconic Mexican composers María Grever, José Alfredo Jiménez, Agustín Lara, and modern writers such as Daniel Catán and Juan Pablo Contreras.


For $10 tickets to stream the ENCORE and learn more, please visit: https://www.fwopera.org/entreamigos

FILM SCREENINGS

Documentary Film Screening of American Exile and Artist Talk with Director, Producer and Writer John J. Valadez

Tuesday, Ocotber 12, 2021 @ 7:00pm  |  Doors Open at 6:00pm

 

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ABOUT JOHN J. VALADEZ:

John is a Peabody Award winning filmmaker, whose work has received two national Emmy nominations. He has directed eleven documentary films for primetime national broadcast on PBS and CNN over the past 20 years.
 
His films have tackled such diverse subjects as the false imprisonment of a leader of the Black Panther Party (Passin’ It On/POV/PBS); Latino gangs in Chicago (Making Peace/PBS); Latinos in World War II (Latino Americans/PBS); the re-segregation of America’s schools (Beyond Brown/PBS); the history of Latino civil rights (The Longoria Affair/Independent Lens/PBS); the evolution of Chicano music (The Chicano Wave/PBS); the Chicano movement (Latino Americans/PBS); and the genocide of Native Americans in the Southwest (The Last Conquistador/POV/PBS). 
 
They have garnered top prizes at film festivals from San Francisco to Chicago to Mumbai, have been broadcast across the United States, Canada and Europe, and have been featured at major museums and cultural institutions – including the Hirshorn Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Lincoln Center and the National Gallery of Art.
 
John grew in Seattle, taught photography in rural India, and is currently the director of the documentary film program at Michigan State University.
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Lowrider: Cultura & Art Show

 

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Lowrider: Cultura & Art Show an exhibition honoring the diversity of Latin cultures

Now thru January 29, 2022

Artes de la Rosa is located at 1442 N. Main Street., Fort Worth TX 76164.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm, Saturdays 12pm-4pm

Lowrider: Cultura & Art Show will be on view through Saturday January 29, 2022 during normal gallery hours. Lowrider: Cultura & Art Show is presented to the community in partnership with Artes de la Rosa and show curator Sarah Ayala with help from the United Lowrider Council of Fort Worth. Attendees will view lowrider bicycles and pedal cars on display alongside work from regional and national visual artists, from Fort Worth to Los Angeles, ranging in mediums from paintings to photography. By honoring the perspective of Latin artists and the lowrider community within the walls of the Rose Marine Theater built in the 1920’s, we can reimagine a new creative path for the future of the youth in Fort Worth.

 

 

Zorro

 

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Join us in 2022 for ZORRO!

PERFORMANCES:

WED. January 26, 2022 @ 7PM

FRI. January 28, 2022 @ 7PM

SUN. January 30, 2022 @ 4PM

ABOUT ZORRO:

Based upon the popular pulp fiction novels of prolific pulp writer Johnston McCulley, composer-librettist Héctor Armienta's explosive new work is filled with romance, danger, and sword-fighting suspense. Led by visionary stage director Octavio Cardenas, Zorro stars tenor César Delgado as Zorro/Diego de la Vega, Gabriella Enríquez as the passionate Ana Maria, and baritone Octavio Moreno as the tyrannical General Moncada. This stellar cast of seven will be accompanied by Dr. Charlene Lotz at the piano, with fiery flamenco flourishes from American virtuoso guitarist Christopher McGuire. Zorro will be presented at the Rose Marine Theater in the heart of Fort Worth’s historic North Side. This swashbuckling adventure, featuring one of pop culture's most iconic vigilantes, will thrill audiences of all ages.

Grab your tickets today before they sell out!

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