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The Wagner Society Zoom Events June 2021

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 Dr David Trippett • 23rd June: Professor Emma Sutton, topic tbc • 25th June: James Rutherford in conversation with Christopher Cook Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org
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The Wagner Society Zoom Events May 2021

The Wagner Society Zoom Events May 2021 • 5th May: “The Sea, music and death”: Wagner and Virginia Woolf with Dr Jamie McGregor (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”: Wagner and James Joyce with Dr Jamie McGregor McGregor (prt 4/ 4) Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org

The Wagner Society Zoom Events April 2021

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 Jamie McGregor (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 sagen": Wagner Lieder on record with Professor Laura Tunbridge • 16th April: Lotte Lehmann (as teacher), with Gary Hickling • 21st April: “Oed’ und leed das Meer”: Wagner and T.S. Elliot with Dr Jamie McGregor (prt 2/ 4) • 28th April: Wagner in Victorian England, with Eduardo Bennaroch Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org

The March 2021 issue of The Wagner Journal

 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 • ’Richard Wagner and the Artist Gustav Gaul: Newly Discovered Drawings in the Austrian National Library‘ by Chris Walton • ’Redemption from the Redeemer? Review Article on Roger Scruton and his Wagner's Parsifal‘ by Jeremy Coleman plus reviews of: productions from Antwerp, Brussels and Helsinki courtesy of Opera Vision; the New York Met’s ’Wagner Week’; performances in Berlin, Bayreuth and Hanover; the CD debut of the soprano Jenufa Gleich; Fritz Reiner’s Complete Columbia Album Collection; the Cambridge Companion to Wagner’s ’Der Ring des Nibelungen’; Michael Buckley’s Dramatic Technique a

The Wagner Society Zoom Events March 2021

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 in 19th-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 Lloyd CBE in conversation with Stephen Brown • 19th March: Dunja Vejovic in conversation with Christopher Cook • 24th March: “Wagner’s Prayers” with Helena Matheopolous • 26th March: Sir David Pountney CBE in conversation with Christopher Cook Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org

The Wagner Society Zoom Events February 2021

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 Bayreuth in the 1960s, with Eduardo Bennaroch • 13th February: Eva Randova in conversation with Christopher Cook • 17th February: “One down, three to come”, with Stephen Brown (prt 5/7) • 19th February: Petra Lang in conversation with Christopher Cook • 24th February: Sir Graham Vick CBE in conversation with Christopher Cook • 26th February: Jane Eaglen in conversation with Christopher Cook Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org

The Wagner Society Zoom Events January 2021

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 Met from 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 Brown • 29th January: Michael Volle in conversation with Christopher Cook Events cost £5 to all members (including all non-UK Wagner Societies), £10 for non-members (refundable on joining) and free for students/under 30s. Please book here: https://wagnersociety.org