Academy of Music (December 22, 1862)
In honor of her 9th birthday, Harrison arranged a concert at the Academy of Music at 8 pm. Madame Elena D'Angri, Mr. William Castle, Mr. S.T. Campbell, Mr. Theodore Thomas, Mr. F. Eben, and Signor Abella also performed. Carreño performed Last Hope, (Gottschalk, Louis M.), as well as her own Caprice-Polka and Gottschalk Waltz.
Advertisement: New York Daily Tribune, 18 December 1862, 8.
Advertisement: New York Times, 19-20 December 1862, 7.
Review: New York Times, 26 December 1862, 5.
Announcement: Dwight's Journal of Music, 20 December 1862, 302.
New York Times, December 19 - 20, 1862.
Academy of Music. Grand concert, complimentary to Miss Teresa Carreno, the child pianist, on the occasion of her ninth birthday, Monday, Dec. 22, 1862. The following distinguished artistes have consented to assist Miss Carreno in a brilliant programme: Madame Elena D'Angri, Mr. William Castle, Mr. S.T. Campbell, Mr. Theodor [sic] Thomas, Mr. F. Eben, and Signor Abella, and others. Tickets fifty cents. Reserved seats in private boxes and balcony, 50 cents extra. For sale at Irving Hall; Beer & Schirmer's, No. 701 Broadway; Scharfenberg & Luis, No. 769 Broadway; Sibeil and Salisbury, No. 7 Nassau St. Doors open at 7; concert commences at 8 o'clock. Sale of seats commences this morning.
New York Herald-Tribune, December 18, 1862.
Mr. Harrison of Irving Hall makes the following announcement: "Miss Teresa Carreno, the child pianist--On Monday, Dec 22, Miss Teresa Carreno will be nine years of age, and in compliment to the wonderful musical talent of this child, Mr. Harrison has arranged for a Grand Gala Concert on her birthday at the Academy of Music. (Irving Hall being previously engaged for the Charity Ball of the Young Men's Hebrew Association.) Many distinguised artists will assist, and every arrangement will be made to [?] one of the most attractive musical events of the season. Tickets 50 cents. Reserved seats in private boxes, balcony or parquet 50 cents extra.
Dwight's Journal of Music, December 20, 1862.
Little Carreno has created quite a sensation in the musical world. She bids fair to make a fine artist, if not overtasked at so young an age. Next Monday she will be nine years old, and her birthday will be celebrated by a grand concert at the Academy of Music, in which a large number of eminent artists will participate.