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A Face-Lift For Fort Worth Opera’s Website

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Fort Worth Opera announced a logo makeover and a new, more user-friendly website under the vision of the new General Director, Afton Battle, in anticipation of the 2021 spring programming announcement.

The updated website, FWOpera.org, offers video content, imagery, behind-the-scenes content, as well as four new sections on the site: an expanded education section, a central hub for breaking news, the opera’s insider blog, and a new page for the company’s digital platform, FWO Green Room.

Image: Fort Worth Opera.

The Fort Worth Opera also updated the company logo. A shiny, red gradient “O” standing for opera is set behind the words, “Fort Worth Opera.”

According to the press release, “the company hopes this update will provide a more engaging online experience for patrons across Texas and beyond, as Fort Worth Opera brings the highly-anticipated world premiere film of Bernadette’s Cozy Book Nook to the online stage, January 14-24, 2021.”

Image: FWO.

2021 kicks off the 75th anniversary of Fort Worth Opera, the oldest continually performing opera company in Texas and one of the 14 oldest opera companies in the United States.

Check out the FWO’s upcoming events and offerings and keep an eye out for the upcoming 2021 spring programming announcement.

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