Documenting Teresa Carreño

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  • Collection: 1866 - 1871 Europe

Carreño performed a Matinee Musicale at 3 pm in St. James's Hall. Ticket prices: stalls, 21s; unreserved seats, 10s, 6d.

Carreño gave a matinee at St. James's Hall. She performed Miserere du Trovatore, op. 52 (Gottschalk, Louis Moreau), Piano Sonata no. 14 op. 27 no. 2 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Ballade no. 3 op. 47 (Chopin, Fryderyk), Rêverie "A une Fleur" (Fumagalli,…

Carreño performed at the Salle Herz in Paris, France. She performed her own compositions, including Grand Fantaisie sur l'Africaine, Un rêve en mer and Une revue à Prague.

Carreño gave a concert in the salon of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moulton in Paris, France. She performed Miserere du Trovatore, op. 52 (Gottschalk, Louis Moreau) and the Grand March from Wagner's Tannheuser. Several other musicians performed, including,…

Carreño gave a concert at the Beethoven Rooms in London. She performed Piano Trio no. 1 in D minor, op. 49 (Mendelssohn, Felix) with Franz Ries (violin) and Hugo Daubert (cello), Sonata no.8 in C minor, op. 13 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Rondo…

Carreño performed in three chamber concerts in Baden-Baden. A number of artists also appeared in these concerts, including Cora de Wilhorst, vocals; Marie Krebs, piano; Rosine Bloch, mezzo-soprano; Wilma Norman-Neruda, violin; Rosa Kastner-Escudier,…

This was Carreño's debut concert in Manchester, England at the Free Trade Hall. She performed Grand Fantasia on Airs from “'Faust” (Liszt, Franz; arr. Gounod, Charles), Rondo capriccioso (Mendelssohn, Felix), Caprice polonaise (Une revue à Prague)…

Carreño performed a Concert Spirituel sponsored by the Société Académique de Musique Sacrée at the Champs-Élysées, Salle du Cirque de l’Impératrice in Paris, France. She performed Ave Maria (Gounod, Charles) with orchestra, organ, and piano; and a…
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