Wednesday Series

Wagner & his circle

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Few figures like Richard Wagner have been so influential in music history, transcending his own time. This series explores the rich tapestry of aesthetic relations struck up between Wagner and his circle broadly speaking: his generational colleagues (Liszt and Brucker), his immediate followers (Reger and Wolf) and his models inherited from the past, exemplified in Wagner’s own arrangement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.

Concerts in this series