June 9, 2019, Sunday
Will Berger, producer and author, lecture on Wagner, Technology, and Environment.
Lecture – Tristan und Isolde: Hearing the Light and Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg: Wagner Goes for Baroque
May 18, 2019, Saturday 10am – 2:30pm
Half-Day Program David B. Levy, PhD, Professor of Music, Wake Forest University, lectures on Tristan und Isolde: Hearing the Light and Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg: Wagner Goes for Baroque.
April 14, 2019, Sunday 2pm
James Holman, Chairman, The Wagner Society of Washington DC, lecture on Wagner and Religion: Salvation and Redemption.
March 30, 2019, Saturday, 10:30am – 11:30am
In collaboration with Silverspot Cinema in Chapel Hill, lecture by Margie Satinsky prior to the Live in HD performance at noon.
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.
January 20, 2019, Sunday 1pm – 4pm
Musicologist and pianist, Jeffrey Swann, lecture and demonstration on The Ring Cycle: How the Music Works.
Lecture – Saul Lilienstein on Wagner in the 1840s: Der Fliegende Hollander, Tannhauser, and Lohengrin
November 17, 2018, Saturday 10am – 4pm
Saul Lilienstein lectures on Wagner in the 1840s: Der Fliegende Hollander, Tannhauser, and Lohengrin.
October 28, 2018, Sunday 2pm
Nick Malinowski, Executive Director of KidzNotes and former Director of Education for the Seattle Opera, leture on So viel der Helden: Wagner Invents a Tenor.
September 30, 2018, Sunday 2:30pm
Mezzo-soprano Victoria Livengood lecture on “An Afternoon with the Divine Dixie Diva”.
May 20, 2018, Sunday 2pm
Susan Dakin, PhD, lecture on How the Ring Became a Cycle (and Revolutionized Opera).