Documenting Teresa Carreño

Carnegie Hall (April 22, 1901)

Description

Carreño gave a farewell recital at Carnegie Hall. She performed Piano Sonata in B Minor, op. 58 (Chopin, Fryderyk), Études Symphoniques, op. 13 (Schumann, Robert), Piano Sonata no. 30 in E Major, op. 109 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Impromptu in E-flat Major, D. 899, no. 2 (Schubert, Franz), An Arabian Night, Mazurka-Etude (Watson, Regina), Marche Militaire in D Major, D. 733, no. 1 (Schubert-Tausig).

Ticket prices ranged from $0.50 to $1.50. Concert began at 8:15 pm. She performed on a Steinway piano.

Source

Advertisement: New York Times, 16 April 1901, 16.

Announcement: The Evening World, 20 April 1901, 5. 

Review: Los Angeles Times, 5 May 1901, B2.

Concert Program: US-NYcha

Concert Program: US-NYp: New York Public Library, Music Division Clipping File: Carreño Programs (MBD - uncat).

 

Contributor

Kijas, Anna

Transcription

New York Times, April 16, 1901.

Carnegie Hall. Mon., April 22, 8:15. Farewell Recital. Madame Teresa Carreno. Res. Seats, 50 cts. To $1.50 at Schuberth's, Ditson's, and box office. Steinway Piano.

 

The Evening World, April 20, 1901.

Mme. Teresa Carreno will give her farewell recital at Carnegie Hall next Monday evening. The following programme will be adhered to:

I. Sonata in B minor, Chopin; II. Etudes Simphoniques, Schumann; III. Sonata, op. 109, Beethoven; IV. (a) Serenade Mazurka, Regina Watson, (b) Impromptu, Schubert; (c) Marche Militaire, Schubert-Tausig.

 

Los Angeles Times, May 5, 1901.

[Musical Age:] Teresa Carreño, the popular pianist, gave a farewell recital at Carnegie Hall on April 22, which completed her final tour of America, after many years concerting in this country, where her names has become a household word. Her retirement will leave a void that, for many reasons, will be almost impossible to fill, and a keen regret will be felt among the thousands of her admirers in the United States. For many years Mme. Carreñno [sic] was a well-known figure in music in this city, and her removal to Europe and subsequent absence for eight years, during which time she established a European reputation, are facts too well known to need repetition. Her visits to America in 1897, in 1899, and again this year, were followed by most successful appearances in all of the principal cities, and her recitals have always awakened the utmost enthusiasm.

 

Files

1901_04_20World.pdf
1901_04_23NYTrib.pdf

Citation

“Carnegie Hall (April 22, 1901),” Documenting Teresa Carreño, accessed August 11, 2022, https://documentingcarreno.org/items/show/182.

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  1. 1901_04_20World.pdf
  2. 1901_04_23NYTrib.pdf

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