Edward Crafts: Shakespeare: Music’s Muse – Feb. 28

Puccini Society of Dallas  presents Edward Crafts

Shakespeare: Music’s Muse

Shakespeare_Droeshout_1623Saturday, February 28, 2015,
at 3:00 PM


Park Towers
3310 Fairmount St.
Dallas, TX 75201

Guests: $30 Members: $25

R.S.V.P. to Bettie Francis
214-528-4554 or [email protected]

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Edward Crafts – Baritone

Edward Crafts – Baritone   Edward Crafts’ North American performing career includes the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Dallas Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Houston Opera and most other major American companies. In Europe he has been heard in leading roles at opera houses in London, Vienna, Rome, Monte Carlo and Warsaw. Among the highlights of his activity are the world premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s A Quiet Place, which he subsequently recorded with the composer, and performances of Wotan/Wanderer in two complete Ring cycles with Arizona Opera. In concert, he has sung with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony, the Cincinnati May Festival and many others. He has recorded for Deutsche Grammophon, Centaur, Koch International and AC Classics. As a stage director for professional and academic organizations, he has created productions of over 50 operas in the United States, Italy and Korea. He has taught at Peabody Conservatory, Catholic University, the University of Nebraska, Hood College, and at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. With his wife Heather, Edward founded Opera in Concert in 2014.

Puccini Society of Dallas
P.O.Box 25105
Dallas, TX 75225

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