Documenting Teresa Carreño

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

Carreño gave a matinee concert at the New Assembly Rooms in Baltimore, Maryland.

Carreño gave a matinee concert at the New Assembly Rooms. Regular tickets cost $0.50, children's tickets cost $0.25.

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

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…

Grand Gala Matinee and Juvenile Festival at the Boston Music Hall. According to the advertisement, Carreño invited and presented tickets to 1200 children. Concert began at 3 pm. Cost of tickets was $0.50.

Carreño performed a morning concert at 12 pm for families, schools, and children. Assisting artists included: Mrs. Jenny Kempton, Mr. William Castle, Mr. Theodore Thomas, and Signor Abella. Cost of tickets was $.50, half price for children.
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