“Staging Wagner” by Anthony Ogus – in Manchester
Study Day – “Staging Wagner” by Anthony Ogus
Saturday March 2 10am – c.3pm.
The study day on “Staging Wagner” will comprise two sessions in the morning and one in the afternoon. In the first, Anthony Ogus will give a talk on the evolution of Wagner production styles. In the second and third sessions, he will introduce video extracts from some notable Wagner productions. A nominated discussant will then comment on the extracts, leading into a general discussion of them.
Anthony Ogus is a retired academic lawyer and an Emeritus Professor at the Universities of Manchester and Rotterdam. He was awarded the CBE in 2002 and, in 2007, elected a Fellow of the British Academy. In 2013 he published a book on opera-going, Travels with my Opera Glasses, and he now writes a monthly article in the Opera Now magazine
Study Day details:
Location: Anthony Burgess Centre
3 Cambridge St
Ample car parking (charges apply) opposite.
Nearest railway station Oxford Road (6 min walk)
Metrolink Deansgate- Castlefield (4 mins)
There are bus stops nearby on Oxford Road
Taxis and Uber are available
Lunch: Available at venue. Please order on arrival (Vegetarian option available)
Morning coffee and afternoon tea breaks as required. (Usually by arrangement with the speaker)
Start : 9.30 for 10.00am Till c 3.00pm
Student Members: £5.00
Student non members: £10.00