The dates are August 14-16 and August 21-23; there are twelve concerts, which will include excerpts from all thirteen (yes, 13!) of Wagner's operas, plus music by (deep breath) Auber, Bellini, Berlioz, Brahms, Bruch, Bruckner, Chabrier, Chausson, Cherubini, Chopin, Czerny, Debussy, Duparc, Dvořák, Flotow, Robert Franz, Goldmark, Hermann Goetz, Granados, Griffes, Halévy, Hérold, Hiller, Herzogenberg, Humperdinck, Joachim, Liszt, Loewe, Marschner, Mendelssohn, Messager, Meyerbeer, Nietzsche, Offenbach, Palestrina, Alexander Ritter, Rossini, Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, Spohr, Spontini, Johann Strauss Jr., Richard Strauss, Arthur Sullivan, Suppé, Weber, and Wolf. Yes, all of them.
The performers include the American Symphony Orchestra (Leon Botstein, cond., natch), Christine Goerge, Jeremy Denk, Gary Lehman, and a bunch of other fine folks. In addition to the concerts, there are a whole bunch of lectures. Ticket prices are very reasonable, running $25 to $55.