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Portrait of Richard Wagner 1813 - 1883
Richard Wagner 1813 - 1883
(By Josef Berhadt1868)

The Wagner Society of Ireland is a not for profit organisation devoted to furthering the understanding of the music of Richard Wagner through such events as seminars, lectures, recitals, interviews, films, and assistance to promising young artists.

The Wagner Society of Ireland is Affiliated to the International Richard Wagner Verband.

 May 2016

Events:

Our next event (the last one of our 2015-2016 season) is a talk by Anthony Linehan on "The Dutchman and Fafner's Gold"  scheduled for Thursday, May 26 @ 8 pm in our usual venue, the UAC.

 

2002:

Many of you will have enjoyed Joanna Crooks' recent talk on the 2002 NOYI Limerick/Birmingham production of the Ring. If you want to have a closer look at the programme (in .PDF format), to find out more about the production, the artists and the events surrounding the performances,  please click here.  

 

Society Trip 2016:

Many members are looking forward to  our trip to Budapest for Der Ring des Nibelungen performed over 4 days, June 16-19.  The cast includes world-class performers such as Johan Botha, Anja Kampe, Waltraud Meier, Daniel Brenna, Christian Franz, Gerhard Siegel and Hartmut Welker

 

RWVI Website:

The Richard Wagner Verband International has just created  an excellent new website - www.richard-wagner.org  - in English, French and German. It's worth a look.

 

Wagner Operas on the Internet:

The are a number of websites (particularly www.youtube.com ) where one can watch complete operas on demand and free of charge on the internet.

Of particular interest is the website www.theoperaplatform.eu/en which is is currently (until 31/10/2017) showing the Dutch National Opera production of Die Walküre, with Thomas J Mayer, Christopher Ventris, Catherine Foster  and Catherine Naglestad.  Also available are the Wiener Staatsoper productions of Parsifal and (from May 6) Götterdämmerung.

 

Links:

Remember to click on Useful Links above for information on what other Wagner Societies are doing; on travel and accommodation; on past and future performances and reviews of Wagner's works.

 

Have a look at our updated Photo Gallery  by clicking here  (Remember:- Click your mouse on a small photo to enlarge it. Move the mouse off the enlarged photo to reduce it again.)

 

 

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