Documenting Teresa Carreño

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Carreño gave her third concert in Havana at el Liceo de la Habana.

Prior to her first public concert, Carreño gave a private concert at the Hotel Inglaterra to a group of distinguished guests. Her first public appearance took place immediately after Holy Week on April 8, 1863.

On March 25, 1863 Carreño arrived in Havana, Cuba with her parents. The following day she gave a private concert in the Cerro district of Havana. She performed works by Chopin and her several of her own (unidentified) compositions.

Carreño was invited to give a recital at the Perkins Institution for the Blind in Boston, MA. She performed several works, including Variations on "Home, Sweet Home" (Sigismond Thalberg).

Carreño gave a recital at City Hall in Cambridge, MA. She performed works by Chopin, Goria, Herz, Mendelssohn, and Thalberg. Tickets cost $0.50. Tickets for children, under 10 years of age, cost $0.25. Concert began at 7:30 pm.

Carreño appeared at City Hall in Cambridge, MA. She performed the works of Gottschalk, Rosellen, Prudent, Godefroid, Thalberg, and Beethoven, as well as one of her own compositions. Tickets cost $0.50 or $0.25 for students. Concert began at 7 pm.…

At the invitation of Dr. Mason, Carreño gave a concert for approximately 600 school children at the John Eliot School.

Carreño performed at Roger Williams Hall in Providence, RI.

Carreño was scheduled to give a Second Grand Concert at the Boston Music Hall with several artists, including Miss J. E. Houston, Mr. Lyman W. Wheeler, and Mr. H. Daum. This concert was cancelled due to an injury she sustained to one of her fingers.…

Carreño performed in a Tenth Birthday Concert (with B.J. Lang who introduced the newly acquired organ) in Boston's Music Hall. She performed Marche de Nuit (Gottschalk, Louis M.), Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto, S.434 (Liszt, Franz), Grand…

Carreño gave a matinee concert in Boston to representatives of the press and invited guests.

Carreño received an invitation from President Lincoln to perform at the White House. According to an interview she gave in 1911, she performed Marche de Nuit, Last Hope, Dying Poet (Gottschalk, Louis M.), and Listen to the Mocking Bird (Winner,…

Carreño gave one performance in Matanzas, Cuba.

Carreño appeared in Havana at the Teatro Tacón. According to biographer, Marta Milinowski, she performed Nocturne in E-flat major (Chopin, Fryderyk), Fantasia (4-hd) (Pixis, Johann Peter), Jota de los Toreros (Yradier, Sebastian) with her father,…

Carreño made her debut at el Liceo de la Habana. She performed a Nocturne (Döhler, Theodor), Capriccio Brillante, op. 22 (Mendelssohn, Felix) accompanied by a quintet, and The Last Hope, op. 16 (Gottschalk, Louis M.), her own Saludo a…

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Carreño performed a farewell concert at Boston Music Hall with soloists: Addie S. Ryan, vocalist; Mr. August Suck, violinist; Mr. Baumbach, accompanist. Orchestra was conducted by Carl Zerrahn and the concert was under the management of George…

Carreño performed for a private audience at Chickering Hall.   

Carreño gave a gala matinee concert for the children of Boston at the request of the mayor, F. W. Lincoln, Jr. She performed Nuits d'Espagne, op. 40, E minor (Godefroid, Félix), Last Hope (Gottschalk, Louis M.), Variations on "Home! Sweet…

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Carreño performed Capriccio Brillant, op. 22 (Mendelssohn, Felix), Fantasia on Verdi's "I due Foscari" (Rossellen, Henri), and Fantasia on Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor," op. 8 (Prudent, Émile) in the Second Philharmonic Concert with…

Carreño gave a concert in Salem at Lyceum Hall, which was a repeat of her recital given in Boston on Jan. 13, 1863. She performed works by Mendelssohn, Thalberg, Chopin, Goria, Döhler, and Herz. Tickets cost $0.50.
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