The Bruckner Journal
Since 1997, The Bruckner Journal is published three times a year
- in March, July and November -
and is available by subscription only.
2019 Subscription Rates
for 3 issues a calendar year are:
UK - £20
EUROPE - 25 Euros or £25
USA & REST OF THE WORLD - US$40 or £30
Subscriptions - cash (USD, no coins) or cheque drawn on a US bank, payable to: The Bruckner Journal -
can be sent to:
54 Suffolk Place
Bristol, CT 06010
We now offer a digital subscription option in which subscribers can receive a PDF identical to the print copy with enhanced features containing colour images, live links, etc. Available at a substantial discount, rates are:
World-wide digital subscription: £10 - 10 Euros - US$10
Payments can be made by bank transfer The Bruckner Journal account at Peoples United Bank:
SWIFT code: PESBUS33 Account number: 6500881755
Routing Transit Number: 221172186
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This issue contains a wide variety of information about recent performances, articles on aspects of Bruckner's works and their reception, and news of current and future events which will be of interest to Brucknerians.
A few back copies remain available of some issues; those no longer available in hard copy can be supplied in PDF. Please inquire about copies of issues still available as hard-copy or obtaining PDFs.
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This is a wonderful opportunity for Brucknerians to meet together in pleasant surroundings, hear papers from leading scholars in the field and from other Bruckner enthusiasts. As with the Journal itself, non-academic music lovers need not be intimidated and can be sure they will find a friendly welcome and much to enjoy, to think about and discuss.