Documenting Teresa Carreño

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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…

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.

Carreño performed a recital at the Roger Williams Hall in Providence, Rhode Island. She performed works by Mendelssohn, Thalberg, Chopin, Goria, Döhler, and Herz. Regular tickets cost $0.50; children under 10 years of age were admitted at half…

1863-01-17-djm.pdf
Carreño performed a soirée de adieu in Chickering Hall. She performed Barcarolla (Thalberg, Sigismond), Souvenir d'Il Trovatore de Verdi, op. 79 (Goria, Alexandre Édouard), Andante and Rondo Capriccioso, op. 14 (Mendelssohn, Felix), Nocturne…

1863-1-10-DJM.pdf
For her Boston debut, Carreño performed Grand Fantasia and Variations on Bellini's "Norma," op. 12 (Thalberg, Sigismond), Souvenir d'Il Trovatore de Verdi, op. 79 (Goria, Alexandre Édouard), Variations on "Home! Sweet Home!," op. 72 (Thalberg),…

1862-11-28-NYT.pdf
Carreño opened the program with Rondo Brillant, op. 98 (Hummel, Johann Nepomuk), which was accompanied by a quintet (Mosenthal, Matzka, Bergner, C. Preusser). She also performed Grande Fantaisie sur "Moise," op. 33 (Thalberg, Sigismond), Nocturne…
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