Seminar – Saul Lilienstein: “Discovering in Die Meistersinger: Tradition, Innovation, Craftsmanship and Wisdom”

January 6, 2018, Saturday 10am – 4pm

Seminar on “Discovering in Die Meistersinger: Tradition, Innovation, Craftsmanship and Wisdom” featuring morning lecture, optional lunch, two afternoon lectures, and Q & A by Wagnerian scholar Saul Lilienstein.

Venue: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh, 3313 Wade Ave. Raleigh, 27607
Cost: Free for members, $30 donation for guests, lunch optional

Concert – Contralto Martha Anderson

March 3, 2019, Saturday 8pm

Contralto Martha Anderson accompanied by David Heid.

Venue: Nelson Music Room, Duke University East Campus
Cost: Free for members and guests

Lecture – David B. Levy, PhD: “Teaching the Ring”

November 14, 2017, Tuesday 7:30pm

David B. Levy, PhD, Professor of Music, Wake Forest University, lecture on Teaching the Ring.

Venue: The Friday Center, 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, 27517
Cost: Free for members, $15 donation for guests

Recital – “Le Chant Wagnérien”

October 17, 2017, Tuesday 7:30pm

Live performance, Le Chant Wagnérien, by soprano Andrea Edith Moore, baritone Ryan de Ryck, and pianist Daniel Schlosberg

Venue: First Presbyterian Church in Durham
Cost: Free for members, $15 donation for guests

Lecture – William Berger: “Challenges of Producing Wagner’s Operas”

April 2, 2017, Sunday 1:30pm

William Berger, author of Wagner without Fear (1998), Verdi with a Vengeance (2000), and Puccini without Excuses (2005), producer and quiz master for Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts, presented a members’ only program on Challenges of Producing Wagner’s Operas.

Venue: Private home in Chapel Hill