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Diversita Opera Arts Company is an official 501(c)(3) non profit organization geared towards arts education and diversity. #diversitaoperaarts

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Jazmin Luevano will be featured in Diversita's Opera Gala on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 6:00 pm.
Sammons Center for the Arts 
3630 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75219
​Admission: Any Monetary Donation (suggested donation $10 or more) 
Jazmin was born in Cuauhtemoc, Chihuahua (Mexico). She finished her Bachelor’s Degree in Music at “Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila” in Saltillo City (Mexico) in 2015. In addition, Jazmin has participated in the International Operatic Meeting “Artescenica” that is presented in Saltillo.
Among her most outstanding presentations are the of First Lady and Papagena from the Opera “Die Zauberflote” by Mozart. She has also performed in Faure’s Requiem and had a performance for the opening night of the Art Festival in Monclova City (Mexico). In 2014, Jazmin was invited for the Mexican Embassy in Athens, Greece to perform in honor of the Mexican Independence Day. She also has performed contemporary music for the “New Music Festival” in Monterrey, N.L. (Mexico). Jazmin currently lives in the DFW area and is an active member of the Dallas Symphony Chrorus performing at the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center.
Kenny Clymer will be featured in Diversita's Opera Gala on Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 6:00 pm.
Sammons Center for the Arts 
3630 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75219
​Admission: Any Monetary Donation (suggested donation $10 or more)
Kenneth Clymer received a Master of Music degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has had the honor of performing as a Resident Artist at the Wichita Grand Opera. There he covered the Role of Otello and sang in the production of Marriage of Figaro as Don Curzio as well as participated in outreach opportunities. He has taught Master Classes at South-western College in Kansas, performed a recital for the community school there, and appeared in the title role, The Sorcerer, in The Sorcerer by Gilbert and Sullivan. He appeared as Tito in the BASOTI (Bay Area Summer Opera Theater Institute) production of Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito. Kenneth performed the role of Scaramuccio in a concert production of the Strauss opera Ariadne auf Naxos at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has appeared in the En-semble of the SFCM productions of The Rakes Progress, The dialogues of the Carmelites and as the Notary in Gianni Schicchi. He also appeared in several musical theater productions such as She Loves Me. He was a member of the Fort Worth Opera Festival chorus in Rossini’s Ce-nerentola, Bizet’s Carmen and as Solo inmate in Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking. He also has appeared in Fort Worth Opera productions of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, Puccini’s Tu-randot, Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, and several other productions. At University of Texas at Arlington he obtained his Bachelor of Music degree, performed roles such as Tamino in Mozart's Magic Flute and was the winner of the DFW area NATS Division X Classical Vocal Competition. He interned at the Dallas Opera in the education program where he developed math, social science, and art curriculum based upon operas that were being performed that season. His curriculum was used to teach children all over Dallas and open a new audience to opera. Mr. Clymer, has served as the Director of Music and Worship at Cathedral of Hope Mid-Cities.
DFW's finest musicians perform beautiful arias, striking duets, and stirring art songs for our fundraiser in Dallas. Our youth musicians will also be featured.
Showing off our silly side!
Cast and crew of our Falstaff production.
🎭Congratulations to Diversità Opera Arts Company’s fantastic cast and crew for an amazing production of Falstaff! We had a blast! More videos and pictures to come!! 🎭
Dr. Caius is ranting on Facebook. Want to know what happens next? Come to Falstaff in Concert on THIS Saturday, 5:00 pm at the Latino Cultural Center in Dallas Texas! Details and ticket information here on this link below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/falstaff-concert-tickets-43771450587
The Hot Men of Falstaff Part 2 😉
Falstaff in Concert
Opera comedy with a modern twist!
Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Latin Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak Street, Dallas, TX 75204 
Order tickets here or at the door: http://www.diversitaopera.org/performances.html
The Hot Men of Falstaff: Part 1 😉
 Falstaff in Concert
Opera comedy with a modern twist!
Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Latin Cultural Center
2600 Live Oak Street, Dallas, TX 75204
Kenneth Clymer will be performing as Dr. Caius in our concert production of Falstaff:
Opera comedy with a modern twist!
Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
Latin Cultural Center 
2600 Live Oak St
Dallas, TX 75204 
Ticket sales online and at the door. Purchase tickets here: http://www.diversitaopera.org/performances.html.

Kenneth Clymer received a Master of Music degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has had the honor of performing as a Resident Artist at the Wichita Grand Opera. There he covered the Role of Otello and sang in the production of Marriage of Figaro as Don Curzio as well as participated in outreach opportunities. He has taught Master Classes at South-western College in Kansas, performed a recital for the community school there, and appeared in the title role, The Sorcerer, in The Sorcerer by Gilbert and Sullivan. He appeared as Tito in the BASOTI (Bay Area Summer Opera Theater Institute) production of Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito. Kenneth performed the role of Scaramuccio in a concert production of the Strauss opera Ariadne auf Naxos at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has appeared in the En-semble of the SFCM productions of The Rakes Progress, The dialogues of the Carmelites and as the Notary in Gianni Schicchi. He also appeared in several musical theater productions such as She Loves Me. He was a member of the Fort Worth Opera Festival chorus in Rossini’s Ce-nerentola, Bizet’s Carmen and as Solo inmate in Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking. He also has appeared in Fort Worth Opera productions of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, Puccini’s Tu-randot, Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, and several other productions. At University of Texas at Arlington he obtained his Bachelor of Music degree, performed roles such as Tamino in Mozart's Magic Flute and was the winner of the DFW area NATS Division X Classical Vocal Competition. He interned at the Dallas Opera in the education program where he developed math, social science, and art curriculum based upon operas that were being performed that sea-son. His curriculum was used to teach children all over Dallas and open a new audience to opera.
Laurel Diane McConkey Allen will be performing in the ensemble and serving as the Meg Page cover in our concert production of Falstaff:
Opera comedy with a modern twist!
Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
Latin Cultural Center 
2600 Live Oak St
Dallas, TX 75204 
Ticket sales online and at the door. Purchase tickets here: http://www.diversitaopera.org/performances.html 
Laurel McConkey, a graduate of the University of North Texas, enjoys performing in operas and musical comedies, entertaining civic groups, and doing crazy singing telegrams while accompanying herself on her concert harp.

Opera and theater companies that Laurel has performed with include The Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Dallas Gilbert & Sullivan Society, Music Theatre Wichita, Musicana Dinner Theater, Pocket Sandwich Theatre, Dallas Alliance Theatre and Phoenix Theatre, as well as a national tour of A Christmas Carol. Favorite roles include Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro, Pitti-Sing and Katisha in The Mikado, Dame Hannah in Ruddigore, and the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella.

Laurel is also well known in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as a professional harpist and piano teacher.
Gina Volk will be performing in the ensemble for our conwcert production of Falstaff:
Opera comedy with a modern twist!
Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
Latin Cultural Center 
2600 Live Oak St
Dallas, TX 75204 
Ticket sales online and at the door. Purchase tickets here: http://www.diversitaopera.org/performances.html

Gina Volk was born and raised in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and moved to Dallas, Texas in 2014. She is currently a project manager at a digital agency in Dallas. Gina has always loved music and has sang for as long as she can remember; whether that be for school performances, cantoring at church, show choir, or musicals. Gina is currently a vocal student of Christina Dragoo and loves to have gotten back into her passion of singing. Gina grew up playing piano and has been practicing the ukulele for the past few years, playing and dueting with her fiancee, Justin. In her free time Gina loves to explore the outdoors and goes backpacking all around Texas and neighboring states. Gina is thrilled to be be a part of Falstaff this summer and looking forward to hopefully participating in more Dallas productions.