Documenting Teresa Carreño

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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 an evening concert at the Queen's Hall in Montreal, Canada. She performed Sonata Appassionata (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Romanza in E-flat (Rubinstein, Anton), Tarantelle (Rubinstein, Nikolai), Hexentanz (Witches Dance) (MacDowell,…

Carreño gave a concert at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Massachusetts. She performed Concerto in E Minor (Chopin, Fryderyk), Andante in F (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Etude, “La campanella” (Paganini, Niccolò (arr. Liszt)), Hexentanz (MacDowell, Edward),…

Carreño appeared in a Gran Concierto de Gala del ilustre Americano with Giovanni Tagliapietra at Teatro Guzman Blanco in Caracas, Venezuela. She performed Fantaisie hongroise, con orquesta (Liszt, Franz), Berceuse (Chopin, Fryderyk), Une revue a…

Carreño appeared at the Casino in New York City with the Rudolph Aronson's Casino Orchestra for the Indoor Sunday Popular Concerts. She performed Rhapsodie hongroise no. 13 (Liszt, Franz), Romance (Rubinstein, Anton), Hexentanz (MacDowell, Edward),…

Carreño appeared in a concert at the Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana during De Murska's performance of Rigoletto. She performed Miserere du Trovatore, op. 52 (Gottschalk, Louis M.) on a Knabe & Co. piano between the first and second acts of…

Carreño performed in the Max Strakosch concert series at Exposition Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana. Grand opening night was on December 17 followed by three concerts on December 18, 19, and 21. The featured artist of the Strakosch series was Carlotta…

Roberts' Opera House Records, MSS 26034. Connecticut Historical Society.
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 Records, MSS 26034. Connecticut Historical Society.
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…

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 second musical soiree at Liceo de la Habana. Her program included Grande Fantaisie et Variations sur "Don Juan," op. 14 (Thalberg, Sigismond), Printemps d'amour, op. 40 (Gottschalk, L. M.), Caprice sur "Ernani," op. 31 (Prudent,…

Final concert at the Liceo de la Habana. Carreño performed Last Hope (Gottschalk, L. M.), Variations on "Home! Sweet Home!," op. 72 (Thalberg, Sigismond), Grand Fantasia on Bellini's "I Puritani" (Herz, Henri), Rondo Capriccioso, op. 14 (Mendelssohn,…

Carreño gave a third and Farewell Concert at the New Assembly Rooms in Baltimore, Maryland. She performed Grande Fantaisie sur "Les Huguenots," op. 43 (Thalberg, Sigimond), Jerusalem (Gottschalk, L. M.), Marche Triomphale (Carreño, Teresa). Tickets…

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 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 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 Cuba and…

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 Home!,"…

Carreño performed in three of the Gilmore Grand Concerts in Boston with Mme. Anna Bishop. This included two concerts on Saturday: a Grand Matinee Musicale in the afternoon with Mme. Anna Bishop (3 pm) and an evening concert (7:30 pm). These were…
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