Documenting Teresa Carreño

Irving Hall (December 4, 1862)


Carreño's fourth concert took place in Irving Hall. She was assisted by Miss Annie Salembier (soprano), Mr. William Castle (tenor), Mr. Theodore Thomas (violinist), and Mr. F. Eben (flutist). Tickets cost $0.50; reserved seats cost $1.


AdvertisementNew York Times, 3 December 1862, 7.


Kijas, Anna


New York Times, December 3, 1862.

Irving Hall--Miss Teresa Carreno, the Child Pianist, the Fourth Grand Concert, of this truly wonderful artist, who has received the unanimous approbation of the public, the press, and the profession, will take place on Thursday Evening, Dec. 4, assisted by the following artists: Miss Annie Salembier, soprano, Mr. William Castle, tenor, pupil of Signor Abella, Mr. Theodore Thomas, violinist, and Mr. F. Eben, flutist.

Tickets 50 cents; reserved seats 50 cents extra.

The sale of which will commence this morning, at Beer & Schirmer's. No. 701 Broadway; Scharfenberg & Luis' No. 769 Broadway; Sibell & Salisbury's, No. 7 Nassau-st., and Irving Hall.


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