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Creativity Continues in North Texas (Part 1)

Categories: Media & Blog, Media Releases

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the wave of live event cancellations, arts organizations are getting even more creative to make their art accessible from the comfort of your own home. Check out some of our favorite digital offerings from TACA-supported organizations below! Have a video or digital event you’d like us to share? Email the TACA staff and we will include it in our next update.


The Dallas Opera
Livestream Recital
American Art Songs & Excepts from Don Carlo

Lucas Meachem, Baritone
Irina Meachem, Piano

Watch the Recital

Avant Chamber Ballet and MAKE
360° World Premiere video of 19th Amendment from February 15, 2020
at City Performance Hall

Katie Puder, Choreographer
Quinn Mason, Composer
MAKE, Trio

Watch 19th Amendment

American Baroque Opera Company
La Serva Padrona by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Watch ABOC’s full-length production free on YouTube!

Watch La Serva Padrona

Dallas Museum of Art
The Collection

More than 25,000 works of art from all culture and time periods available online for free, anytime.

Browse The Collection

Dallas Symphony Orchestra
#keepthemusicgoing on Facebook

Listen to DSO musicians as they play along with each other from the comfort of their own homes.

#keepthemusicgoing with the DSO

Lumedia Musicworks
Short Films/Music Videos

In tandem with their live programming, Lumedia also produces music videos that are presented both online and at select shows.

Browse the Short Films

Have a video or digital event you’d like us to share? Email the TACA staff and we will include it in our next update.

A Message from Terry D. Loftis
Responding to the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis

In accordance with advice from health experts, TACA staff is working from home. Business operations will continue as normal, with staff available via business email addresses.

To read the entire statement, click here. 
For resources related to COVID-19, click here.