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.

2018 Subscription Rates

for 3 issues a calendar year are:


UK - £20

EUROPE - 25 Euros or £20

USA & REST OF THE WORLD -  US$40 or £25

Subscriptions - cash (no coins) or cheque drawn on a UK bank, payable to The Bruckner Journal -

can be sent to:

Ken Ward, Subscription Editor

23 Mornington Grove

London E3 4NS    UK

Digital Subscriptions

Beginning in 2018, we shall be offering 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 Lloyds TSB Bank,

Sort code: 30-95-87   Account number: 00074926

IBAN - GB87 LOYD 3095 8700 0749 26           BIC - LOYDGB21550

Payments by Credit/Debit card to The Bruckner Journal can be made in GB pounds (£) by PayPal to


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Current Issue

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. 

Back Issues

Readers Conference

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.