Welcome to the Wagner Society of New York

1977-2017! 40th anniversary celebrations are underway. See info below and on Events page. 
To view information about the Society (the largest in this continent, established in 1977), upcoming events, membership, excerpts from our bimonthly publication Wagner Notes, our extensive catalogue of Wagner-related books (with member discounts), and links to many other Wagner organizations and institutions, please click on the buttons. An online membership form is also available. 
     If you are a non member, join now to receive many Society benefits, including the bimonthly publication Wagner Notes, free admission to regular programs, discounted fees for special programs, group sales, and the opportunity to apply for Bayreuth Festival tickets.
 For information on all Society matters, please email wagnerring@aol.com
Bayreuth Policies for 2017 (Bayreuth Festival and WSNY): click here for full information.
Update: Internet sales for Bayreuth tickets began on Feb. 12, 2017,
http://www.bayreuther-festspiele.de/news/180/details_44.htm
The Wagner Society of New York announces a lecture series by Prof. John Muller during the latter part of the Bayreuth Festival. Please click here for full details.


MEMBERSHIP: Join or renew now and obtain many member benefits, including opportunities for group sales. Membership year: Sept. 2016–Aug. 2017. New membership received after March 1, is valid through August 2018. Click here or go to the membership button.

Upcoming events:
• June 14 (Wed.), 7:30 pm. Please note revision of title of lecture by Prof. Simon Williams: “Wagner and Modernity: The Unique Vision of Parsifal.”
At the Liederkranz. Prof. Williams (UC Santa Barbara) was our Bayreuth lecturer from 1998–2000,  and is a writer  and lecturer on Wagner and other opera topics.  Prepare for Parsifal at the Met in Feb. 2018.

Also:
The April 30 Dutchman cruise was a great success and our guests of honor - Holländer cast members (Dolora Zajick, AJ Glueckert, Franz-Josef Selig, and Michael Volle)  and Günther Groissböck (Baron Ochs in Der Rosenkavalier) - were very gracious. See photos of the event on our Facebook page

Review of Canadian Opera Company's recent Götterdämmerung with Christine Goerke as Brünnhilde: Click on Wagner Notes button (reprinted from the April 2017 issue).

WSNY YouTube: A new one has just gone live; check it out
Tristan
Seminar: Met Cast Roundtable, featuring the four Tristan principals: Nina Stemme, Ekaterina Gubanova, Stuart Skelton, and René Pape, interviewed by Robert Sweeney.

CD of Jeffrey Swann's Seminar talk "The Unique Expressive Power of Tristan's Music" is now available. To order: Specify Tristan (3)-CD. $15.00 + $4.00 postage (check only, to WSNY). Mail to P.O. Box 230949, Ansonia Station, New York, NY 10023-0949.

Wagner in the U.S. and Canada: 2017-2018 Updated 2/3/17
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here for a comprehensive list of performances (and performers, if known) of Wagner operas on these shores. The list will be updated as new information is received. You don't have to go abroad to hear and see great performances.


Wagner Society of New York

P.O. Box 230949, Ansonia Station

New York, NY 10023-0949 
Phone: (212) 749-4561; Fax: (212) 749-1542 

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WagnerRing@aol.com 
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