After the death of Alamo City Opera director Mark Richter, the City’s Arts Agency Funding Committee recommended giving its funding to other arts agencies.
On Thursday, the Alamo City Opera board decided to dissolve the company after the April death of its founder, Mark Richter.
After the April death of its founding director, Alamo City Opera has canceled its final performances of the 2018-2019 season, scheduled for June 1-2.
Mark Richter, founding artistic and general director of Alamo City Opera, died Sunday night at age 51.
On Jan. 19-20, Alamo City Opera features the first transgender singer in the lead role of “As One,” a widely performed new opera.
North Americans like their heroes to have strong muscles and perfectly combed hair, but in Argentina, heroes and heroines tend to be broken people from the underclass who struggle to survive.
The Tricentennial-themed original opera production Sueños de Béjar (Dreams of Bexar), originally set for a Commemorative Week performance on May 5, has been postponed until October.
The first meeting of the San Antonio Performing Arts Collective drew representatives from 25 performing arts organizations.
Alamo City Opera is hoping to turn more of the local community on to opera by providing a production that is in a language familiar to many San Antonians.
Mark Richter wants you to forget everything you know about opera.