Documenting Teresa Carreño

1872 - 1889 North America

Description

This is a collection of Carreño's concert performances in North America between 1872 and 1889. Entries are arranged in chronological order. Details about each performance were identified and reviewed in primary source materials and archival holdings.

Items in the 1872 - 1889 North America Collection

Roberts' Opera House (October 7, 1874)
Carreño appeared at Robert's Opera House in a De Murska concert. The following artists performed: Ilma de Murska (soprano), Émile Sauret (violinist), Gaetano Braga (violoncellist), Pietro Ferranti (vocalist) and Theodore Habelmann (vocalist).…

Roberts' Opera House (November 5, 1878)
Carreño appeared at Roberts' Opera House with August Wilhelmj (violinist) in a concert directed under Maurice Strakosch. Miss Kate L. James (soprano) and Miss Maud Morgan (harpist) were also on the program. Carreño performed an unidentified piano…

Roberts' Opera House (April 2, 1879)
Carreño appeared in a Grand Concert with Edouard Remenyi (violinist) at Roberts' Opera House under the direction of Mr. F. Dulcken. Giovanni Tagliapietra (baritone) was also on the program. Carreño performed unidentified works by Gottschalk and a…

Roberts' Opera House (March 16, 1883)
Carreño appeared at Roberts' Opera House with Dr. Leopold Damrosch, an orchestra of fifty musicians from New York, Isidora Martinez (soprano), and Emil Schenck (violoncellist). Carreño performed Piano Concerto, op. 16 (Grieg, Edvard) on a Weber…

Carreño appeared with Émile Sauret at Platt's Hall in San Francisco, California in a Grand Farewell Concert for the benefit of the sufferers of an earthquake in Colombia (Latin America). Additional artists included Miss Beutler, Signorina Ida…

Carreño appeared at Platt's Music Hall in San Francisco, California with the Ilma de Murska Troupe. She performed "The Last Rose of Summer" (unknown) and Rondo Capricioso (Mendelssohn, Felix). The featured performer was Ilma de Murska (voice).…

Carreño appeared at the California Theatre in San Francisco, California with the Ilma de Murska Troupe. The featured performer was Ilma de Murska (voice). Additional artists included Émile Sauret (violin), Signor Grammona (voice), and Charles E.…

Carreño appeared at Pacific Hall in an evening concert in San Francisco, California with the Ilma de Murska Troupe. She performed the Kreutzer Sonata (Beethoven, Ludwig van) with Émile Sauret (violin) and one of her own works, Une revue à Prague…

Carreño appeared at Platt's Music Hall in San Francisco, California with the Ilma de Murska Troupe. The featured performer was Ilma de Murska (voice). Additional artists included Émile Sauret (violin) and Signor Mancusi (voice).

Carreño performed in a final concert at Grunewald Hall in New Orleans with the Kate Thayer Concert troupe. Tickets cost $1 and $1.50 for reserved seats. She performed on a Weber Piano.

Carreño performed at Grunewald Hall in New Orleans with the Kate Thayer Concert troupe. Tickets cost $1 and $1.50 for reserved seats. She performed on a Weber Piano.

Carreño performed at Grunewald Hall in New Orleans with August Wilhelmj (headliner), violinist. She performed a fantasie for the piano on Faust (Carreño). The program also included Miss Kate L. James, a new prima donna to the New Orleans audience.…

Carreño performed at New National Theater in Washington, D.C. during a Boston Symphony Orchestra concert. She performed Polonaise no. 2 in E Major (solo piano) (Liszt, Franz). Additional artists included C. M. Loeffler, violin.

Carreño appeared with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and conductor Wilhelm Gericke at Washington Rink in Rochester, New York. She performed Concerto for Piano no. 1 in E Minor, op. 11 (Chopin, Fryderyk) on a Steinway piano.

Carreño appeared with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Wilhelm Gericke at Music Hall in Troy, New York. She performed Concerto for Piano no. 1 in E Minor, op. 11 (Chopin, Fryderyk) on a Steinway piano.

Carreño appeared at Chickering Hall in New York City. She performed Organ Fantasie and Fugue in G Minor (Bach, Johann Sebastian (arr. Liszt)), Sonata quasi una fantasia, op. 27, no. 1 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Nocturne, op. 62, no. 1, Barcarolle,…

Carreño gave a concert at the Grand Artist Festival Grand Artist Festival at Music Hall in Cleveland, Ohio. The concert was given by the Cleveland Vocal Society with Mr. Alfred Arthur (director) and the Redpath Lyceum Grand Concert Co. She…

Carreño gave a concert at City Hall in Portland, Maine. She performed Sonata G Major, op. 13 (Allegro Moderato. Finale) (Rubinstein, Anton), with Lichtenberg, Harmonious Blacksmith, Air and Variations (Handel, G. F.), La campanella (Paganini,…

Carreño appeared at Weber Music Hall in Chicago, Illinois. She performed Sonata for Piano and Violoncello (Saint-Saëns, Camille), Nocturne, op. 37, no. 1, Mazurka, op. 33, no. 4, Marche Funebre from Sonata, op. 35, Tarantelle (Chopin, Fryderyk),…

Carreño gave a concert at Weber Music Hall in Chicago, Illinois. She performed Etudes symphoniques (Schumann, Robert), Etude in A-flat, Etude in C-sharp Minor, Etude in G-flat, Fantaisie Impromptu, Ballade, op. 23 (Chopin, Fryderyk), Bagatelle…

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