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The Wagner Society Zoom Events July 2021• 7th July: Richard Jones in conversation with Christopher Cook• 14th July: The Met Database, with Jeffery McMillanEvents cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 fornon-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s.Please book here: ici
The Wagner Society Zoom Events June 2021• 2nd June: Hans Richter, with Christopher Fifield (part 1)• 9th June: Hans Richter, with Christopher Fifield (part 2)• 16th June: Wagner's Italianism, Bellini's Norma, and melody's Sinnlichkeit, with DrDavid Trippett• 23rd June: Professor Emma Sutton, topic tbc• 25th June: James Rutherford in conversation with Christopher CookEvents cost £5 to all members
The Wagner Society Zoom Events May 2021• 5th May: “The Sea, music and death”: Wagner and Virginia Woolf with Dr JamieMcGregor (prt 3/ 4)• 7th May: Frida Leider, with Eva Rieger• 12th May: Roger Neill, topic tbc• 14th May: From Goodall to Longborough, with Anthony Negus• 19th May: Dr Mark Berry, topic tbc• 21st May: Wagner in Buenos Aires, with Eduardo Bennaroch• 26th May: “Nothung up my sleeve”:
The Wagner Society Zoom Events April 2021• 2nd April: “Parsifalmania for Good Friday”, with Jeffery McMillan• 7th April: "Two Rings Revisited: Wagner and J.R.R. Tolkien" with Dr JamieMcGregor (prt 1/ 4 of Wagner and Literature)• 9th April: Lotte Lehmann (as singer), with Gary Hickling• 10th April: Sir Mark Elder CH CBE in conversation with Christopher Cook• 14th April: "Hört ich oft von Engeln
The March 2021 issue (vol.15, no.1) of The Wagner Journal has been published and contains the following feature articles: • ‘Dream Work: The Inner World of Die Meistersinger‘ by Paula M. Bortnichak and Edward A. Bortnichak• ‘A Postscript to “A Breath of Sorrow“ ‘ by Eva Rieger• ’The Incest Motif in Wagner‘ by Otto Rank. Translated by Anthony Negus, introduced and edited by Christopher Wintle• ’
The Wagner Society Zoom Events March 2021• 3rd March: “Choosing the Jews” with Stephen Brown (prt 6/7)• 5th March: Andrew Shore in conversation with Christopher Cook• 10th March: "The spectre of success: Wagner, Mendelssohn and anti-Semitism in19th-century music" with Dr Barbara Eichner• 12th March: "The flowing stream from wire-less to video” with Stephen Brown (prt 7/7)• 17th March: Robert
The Wagner Society Zoom Events February 2021• 1st February: Ann Murray DBE in conversation with Stephen Brown• 2nd February: Lise Davidsen in conversation with Christopher Cook• 3rd February: “Bingo” with Stephen Brown (prt 4/ 7)• 6th February: Grace Bumbry in conversation with Christopher Cook• 10th February: “TE Lawrence and Wagner” with Susan Vincent• 12th February: Reminisces of Lohengrin at
The Wagner Society Zoom Events January 2021• 19th Jan: Sir Willard White in conversation with Christopher Cook• 20th January: “The new ‘Gurl’” with Stephen Brown (prt 3/7 of “Wagner at the Metfrom 1901-present”)• 22nd January: Nadine Secunde in conversation with Stephen Brown• 24th January: Doris Soffel in conversation with Christopher Cook• 27th January: Ben Heppner in conversation with Stephen
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