Celebrating 37 years as a society!
© 2018 Wagner Society of Southern California

Events

The WSSC plans unique events

throughout the calender year…

Our events occur in several regular places throughout the year and sometimes in special locations which will be noted: The Colburn School 200 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012 Directions Parking The Chairman’s Home: 1630 South Barranca Ave.. #167 Glendora, CA 91740 Directions Bayreuth Festival Festspielhügel 1-2 85445 Bayreuth
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GALA DINNER 2021

THE WAGNER SOCIETIES OF THE WORLD & THE GESELLSCHAFT DER FREUNDE VON BAYREUTH Tannhäuser Dinner 2021 Date to be annoinced after the performance at the Festival Restaurant - The Steigenberger
GALA DINNER TICKETS GALA DINNER TICKETS

ZOOM Webinar Event

“POTIONS IN TRISTAN, WALKÜRE

AND GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG”

JASMIN SOLFAGHARI

Sunday, Nov. 22nd @ 1:00PM PST

While one would not think very much about drinking in opera, it is a cunning dramaturgical device! Director and author, Jasmin Solfaghari will open those subtle, yet plot shifting moments in opera and of course, Wagner. Jasmin has directed opera all over the world from Tannhäuser, to Eugen Onegin, to Otello and the complete, Der Ring Des Nibelungen. She has also written several books, “Opernführer für Einsteiger” and “Crashkurs Oper” and her first was just released in English “Opera Guide for Beginners”

“IN THE SHADOW OF WAGNER:

STRAUSS AND DEBUSSY”

ERICA MINER

Wagner loomed large in the musical lives of Richard Strauss and Claude Debussy. They are forever linked through their connections to the German operatic giant, but they also tried to distance themselves from him. Erica compares and contrasts the great German master’s influence on these all-important post- Romantic composers.
2020 & 2021 Author: Simon Williams  Renound Conductor: Mestro James Conlon  Director & Author: Jasmine Solfaghari  Celebrating the 80th Anniverary of her first audition! (Movie Event) Birgit Nilsson and more!
Now available in the Archive Cataloge
Celebrating 37 years as a society!
© 2018 Wagner Society of Southern California

Events

The WSSC plans unique events

throughout the calender year…

Our events occur in several regular places throughout the year and sometimes in special locations which will be noted: The Colburn School 200 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012 Directions Parking The Chairman’s Home: 1630 South Barranca Ave.. #167 Glendora, CA 91740 Directions Bayreuth Festival Festspielhügel 1-2 85445 Bayreuth
Wagner Society      of Southern California

ZOOM Webinar Event

“POTIONS IN TRISTAN, WALKÜRE AND

GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG”

JASMIN SOLFAGHARI

Sunday, Nov. 22nd @ 1:00PM PST

While one would not think very much about drinking in opera, it is a cunning dramaturgical device! Director and author, Jasmin Solfaghari will open those subtle, yet plot shifting moments in opera and of course, Wagner. Jasmin has directed opera all over the world from Tannhäuser, to Eugen Onegin, to Otello and the complete, Der Ring Des Nibelungen. She has also written several books, “Opernführer für Einsteiger” and “Crashkurs Oper” and her first was just released in English “Opera Guide for Beginners”
MEMBER RSVP MEMBER RSVP NON-MEMBER RSVP NON-MEMBER RSVP

GALA DINNER 2021

THE WAGNER SOCIETIES OF THE WORLD & THE GESELLSCHAFT DER FREUNDE VON BAYREUTH Tannhäuser Dinner 2021 Date to be annoinced after the performance at the Festival Restaurant - The Steigenberger
GALA DINNER TICKETS GALA DINNER TICKETS 2020 & 2021 Author: Simon Williams  Renound Conductor: Mestro James Conlon  Director & Author: Jasmine Solfaghari  Celebrating the 80th Anniverary of her first audition! (Movie Event) Birgit Nilsson and more!

“IN THE SHADOW OF WAGNER:

STRAUSS AND DEBUSSY”

ERICA MINER

Wagner loomed large in the musical lives of Richard Strauss and Claude Debussy. They are forever linked through their connections to the German operatic giant, but they also tried to distance themselves from him. Erica compares and contrasts the great German master’s influence on these all-important post-Romantic composers.
MEMBER RSVP MEMBER RSVP NON-MEMBER RSVP NON-MEMBER RSVP
Now available in the Archive Cataloge