Past Events

Recital – Wagner, Verdi and Liszt: Contemporaries of Composition with a Divergence in Design

February 3, 2019, Sunday, 2pm – 3:30pm

Recital by Local Artist Jason Karn accompanied by pianist David Heid, Wagner, Verdi and Liszt: Contemporaries of Composition with a Divergence in Design.

Venue: Nelson Music Room on Duke East Campus
Cost: Free for TWS members and guests

Jason Karn and David Heid — Excerpts from “Wagner, Verdi and Liszt: Contemporaries of Composition with a Divergence in Design”.

Lecture – So viel der Helden: Wagner Invents a Tenor by Nick Malinowski

October 28, 2018, Sunday 2pm

Nick Malinowski, Executive Director of KidzNotes and former Director of Education for the Seattle Opera, will present So viel der Helden: Wagner Invents a Tenor.

Venue: Private home in Chapel Hill
Cost: Free for TWS members and $25/guest
Sponsors: Cindy and Andy Palay and Bill Hampton

Lecture and Song – Mezzo-soprano Victoria Livengood

September 30, 2018, Sunday 2:30pm

Mezzo-soprano Victoria Livengood presents “An Afternoon with the Divine Dixie Diva”.

Venue: SearStone, 17001 SearStone Drive, Cary, NC 27513
Cost: Free for TWS members, $25 donation for guests
Co-sponsors: Margie Satinsky and Nancy Vanhoenacker

Concert – Contralto Martha Anderson

March 3, 2018, Saturday 8pm

The Triangle Wagner Society invites you to a special recital featuring Contralto Martha Anderson accompanied by pianist David Heid. Ms. Anderson will sing selections from Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder, Das Rheingold and Gotterdamerung, from Ponchielli’s La Gioconda and from Mahler’s Second Symphony.

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

Lecture – James Holman: Tristan and the Delights of Ambiguity

February 11, 2018, Sunday 2-4pm

James Holman, Chairman of The Wagner Society of Washington, DC and author, lecture on Tristan and the Delights of Ambiguity.

Venue: Croasdaile Country Club, 3800 Farm Gate Avenue, Durham, 27705
Cost: Free for members, $15 donation for guests

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

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