Celebrating 41 years as a society!
© 2023 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:

NOTE: ZOOM Events are a members

preferred attendance, then guests

are on a first come first serve basis.

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
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PARSIFAL AT GOETHEANUM

Donarch, Switzerland

Sunday, March 24

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THE PERILS OF WAGNER

with Award winning Author

Erica Miner

Sun., May. 19th @ 1 PM PST

RSVP no later than May 15th

via ZOOM or in person at the Colburn TBA Wagner’s operas are rife with untold performance difficulties and booby traps that only an insider would be privy to. As a follow up to her presentation on the dangers and difficulties in performing Lohengrin, Former Met Opera violinist Erica Miner reveals the behind-the-scenes dramas and perils inherent in Wagner’s Ring, with emphasis on the controversial Robert Lepage Met production. This will be recorded for the WSSC Media Library and made available to its members.

More to come…

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FROM THE WATERS TO THE TREES

with Soprano, Alexandra Steiner

Sun., April. 21st @ 11 AM PST

RSVP no later than April 17th

via ZOOM A discussion with a sassy Rhine maiden, gentle squire, young shepherd, and lovely wood bird fluttering the Bayreuth Festival for almost a decade. Alexandra Steiner is a premiere soprano in Wagner world, as well as in chamber music with the Munich's Gärtnerplatztheater, singing on the SACD recording as Gretel in Engelbert Humperdinck’s Handsel und Gretel, and much more. In this discussion, we will explore characterization, singing diverse roles in one season, and the discovery of one’s own voice. This will be recorded for the WSSC Media Library and made available to its members.
NON-MEMBER RSVP:
NON-MEMBER RSVP (Will be available early April /24)
Celebrating 41 years as a society!
© 2023 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:

NOTE: ZOOM Events are a members

preferred attendance, then guests are on a

first come first serve basis.

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

Please refer to our full website

for more events throughout

2024.

MEMBER RSVP MEMBER RSVP

THE PERILS OF WAGNER

with Award winning Author

Erica Miner

Sun., May. 19th @ 1 PM PST

RSVP no later than May 15th

via ZOOM or in person at the Colburn TBA Wagner’s operas are rife with untold performance difficulties and booby traps that only an insider would be privy to. As a follow up to her presentation on the dangers and difficulties in performing Lohengrin, Former Met Opera violinist Erica Miner reveals the behind-the-scenes dramas and perils inherent in Wagner’s Ring, with emphasis on the controversial Robert Lepage Met production. This will be recorded for the WSSC Media Library and made available to its members.
MEMBER RSVP MEMBER RSVP

FROM THE WATERS TO THE TREES

with Soprano, Alexandra Steiner

Sun., April. 21st @ 11 AM PST

RSVP no later than April 17th

via ZOOM A discussion with a sassy Rhine maiden, gentle squire, young shepherd, and lovely wood bird fluttering the Bayreuth Festival for almost a decade. Alexandra Steiner is a premiere soprano in Wagner world, as well as in chamber music with the Munich's Gärtnerplatztheater, singing on the SACD recording as Gretel in Engelbert Humperdinck’s Handsel und Gretel, and much more. In this discussion, we will explore characterization, singing diverse roles in one season, and the discovery of one’s own voice. This will be recorded for the WSSC Media Library and made available to its members.
NON-MEMBER RSVP:
NON-MEMBER RSVP (Will be available early April /24)