- Associated Press - Thursday, November 6, 2014

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Florida Grand Opera is hosting a series of town hall meetings to discuss the future of the arts organization.

Opera officials say the company has completed a strategic planning process and wants to inform its patrons and the public about its plans for the future. General Director and CEO Susan Danis says the presentations will include music from some of the operas that will be featured in upcoming seasons.

The first town hall meeting will be held Thursday evening in Miami Beach. Meetings also will be held Friday in Miami, Saturday in Coral Gables and Sunday in Fort Lauderdale.

The opera was founded in 1941. It performs standard operas and contemporary works along with commissions and new productions, all with translations projected in English and Spanish.

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