Symposium: Wagner & Us. UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 5–8 DECEMBER 2013

Written By The Wagnerian on Sunday, 22 September 2013 | 12:51:00 pm


Scheduled to coincide with the performances of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in Melbourne, 18 November–13 December 2013, the symposium “Wagner and Us” will explore and critique Richard Wagner’s continuing cultural, political, and historical importance to contemporary society. The symposium, convened by Professor Kerry Murphy, is jointly hosted by The University of Melbourne and The Richard Wagner Society in Melbourne.

Topics to be covered include Wagner in Australia, Wagner and Anti-Semitism, Wagner in the Theatre, and the ‘Wagner Industry’, and others.

Invited Keynote Speakers include Patrick Carnegy (UK), Eva Rieger (Germany) and John Deathridge (UK).

Speakers at the Free Public Lecture are Dagny Beidler and Eva Rieger.

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Scheduled to coincide with the performances of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in Melbourne, 18 November–13 December 2013, the symposium “Wagner and Us” will explore and critique Richard Wagner’s continuing cultural, political, and historical importance to contemporary society. The symposium, convened by Professor Kerry Murphy, is jointly hosted by The University of Melbourne and The Richard Wagner Society in Melbourne.
Topics to be covered include Wagner in Australia, Wagner and Anti-Semitism, Wagner in the Theatre, and the ‘Wagner Industry’, and others.
Invited Keynote Speakers include Patrick Carnegy (UK), Eva Rieger (Germany) and John Deathridge (UK).
Speakers at the Free Public Lecture are Dagny Beidler and Eva Rieger.
- See more at: http://wagnerandus.com.au/?doing_wp_cron=1379843655.9935290813446044921875#sthash.HJKgKl6L.dpuf
Scheduled to coincide with the performances of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in Melbourne, 18 November–13 December 2013, the symposium “Wagner and Us” will explore and critique Richard Wagner’s continuing cultural, political, and historical importance to contemporary society. The symposium, convened by Professor Kerry Murphy, is jointly hosted by The University of Melbourne and The Richard Wagner Society in Melbourne.
Topics to be covered include Wagner in Australia, Wagner and Anti-Semitism, Wagner in the Theatre, and the ‘Wagner Industry’, and others.
Invited Keynote Speakers include Patrick Carnegy (UK), Eva Rieger (Germany) and John Deathridge (UK).
Speakers at the Free Public Lecture are Dagny Beidler and Eva Rieger.
It is anticipated that a Conference Proceedings will be published. For updates and other interesting things, you may wish to visit our Facebook page.
With grateful thanks to: The Mariann Steegmann Foundation
Part of the Melbourne Ring Festival presented by Opera Australia and the City of Melbourne
- See more at: http://wagnerandus.com.au/?doing_wp_cron=1379843655.9935290813446044921875#sthash.ut0oCuuy.dpuf
Scheduled to coincide with the performances of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in Melbourne, 18 November–13 December 2013, the symposium “Wagner and Us” will explore and critique Richard Wagner’s continuing cultural, political, and historical importance to contemporary society. The symposium, convened by Professor Kerry Murphy, is jointly hosted by The University of Melbourne and The Richard Wagner Society in Melbourne.
Topics to be covered include Wagner in Australia, Wagner and Anti-Semitism, Wagner in the Theatre, and the ‘Wagner Industry’, and others.
Invited Keynote Speakers include Patrick Carnegy (UK), Eva Rieger (Germany) and John Deathridge (UK).
Speakers at the Free Public Lecture are Dagny Beidler and Eva Rieger.
It is anticipated that a Conference Proceedings will be published. For updates and other interesting things, you may wish to visit our Facebook page.
With grateful thanks to: The Mariann Steegmann Foundation
Part of the Melbourne Ring Festival presented by Opera Australia and the City of Melbourne
- See more at: http://wagnerandus.com.au/?doing_wp_cron=1379843655.9935290813446044921875#sthash.ut0oCuuy.dpuf