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The July 2020 issue (vol.14, no.2) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles: ‘The Use of Eastern Concepts in Wagner’s Stage Works‘ by Peter Bassett ‘Wagner and the Ottomans‘ by Emre Aracı ’Gender, Japan and the Takarazuka Revue‘s 1968 Tristan und Isolde’ by Brooke McCorkle Okazaki plus reviews of: Tristan und Isolde in Frankfurt, Die
Stefan Herheim's production of Die Walküre premieres 27 September 2020.Conductor Donald RunniclesDirector + set designs Stefan HerheimCo set designs Silke Bauer Siegmund Brandon JovanovichHunding Tobias KehrerWotan John LundgrenSieglinde Lise DavidsenFricka Annika SchlichtBrünnhilde Nina Stemme
What you searched for in 2019 I do not know, but I do know what you searched for before you landed on Wagneropera.net. These queries brought most vistors to Wagneropera.net in 2019: richard wagner wagner opera der ring des nibelungen best wagner recordings waltraud meier bayreuth festival bayreuth ring 2020 wagner bayreuth festival 2019 bayreuth 2019 bayreuth festival 2020 wagner ring cycle
The November 2019 issue (vol.13, no.3) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles: • ‘Knappertsbusch in Bayreuth’ by Hans Rudolf Vaget • ‘In Wagner’s Eyes: Casting Light on a Disputed Portrait‘ by Michael Trimble, Dale C. Hesdorffer, Robert Letellier and Gordon Plant •’Ernest Newman in ‘’Naziland‘’: In Search of Otto Strobel‘
150 years after the Munich premiere of Das Rheingold, a newly formed company, Tarnhelm Opera is bringing a unique production of the work to cathedrals and large churches in the West of England and South Wales. The performances are staged, in costume and sung in German with English surtitles. The performances make full use of the substantial organ in each of the venues, supplemented by
The July 2019 issue (vol.13, no.2) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles: • Es klang so alt, und war doch so neu. Wagner's Greatest Myth: Musical Historicism in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg • In ein fernes Land: The Politics of Translation in Wagner‘s Arrangement of Gluck‘s Iphigénie en Aulide • Das, was eigentlich Musik: Richard Wagner's
Stefan Herheim. Photo: Per-Erik Skramstad Deutsche Oper Berlin has announced that Stefan Herheim will stage a new Ring starting in 2020 with Donald Runnicles conducting. The cast will include Derek Welton as Wotan and Markus Brück as Alberich. Other cast members include Annika Schlicht, Flurina Stucki, Judit Kutasi, Thomas Blondelle, and Tobias Kehrer as Fricka, Freia, Erda, Loge, and
The March 2019 issue (vol.13, no.1) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles: ‘ ‘’Accompanied by Solemn Songs‘‘: Wagner’s Ring as it might have been‘ by Arnold Whittall ‘Redeeming Senta‘ by Edward A. Bortnichak and Paula M. Bortnichak ‘Ludwig Revisited‘ by Joseph Horowitz ‘Being Isolde: the Theory and Practice of Anna Bahr-Mildenburg‘ by Karin
Front cover illustration: The 20-year-old Alma Schindler-Mahler, photograph, 1900 The November 2018 issue (vol.12, no.3) of The Wagner Journal presents papers from the ‘Wagner 1900‘ conference held in April 2018 at Jesus College, Oxford, and contains the following feature articles: ‘Manifestations of the Gesamtkunstwerk in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna‘ by Barry Millington ‘ ‘‘Lonely Walk‘‘: an