Documenting Teresa Carreño

Boston Music Hall (March 13 and 20, 1897)


Carreño appeared at Boston Music Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. On March 13, 1897 she performed Fantaisie-Chromatique and Fugue (Bach, J. S.), Sonata C-sharp Minor, op. 27, no. 2 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Two Preludes: B-flat and G-flat, Nocturne, op. 37, Etude, G-flat, Polonaise, A-flat, op. 53 (Chopin, Fryderyk), Impromptu (Schubert, Franz), Soirée de Vienne no. 6 (Schubert, Franz (arr. Liszt)), La campanella (Paganini, Niccolò (arr. Liszt)), Sonetto del Petrarca, and Rhapsodie hongroise no. 6 (Liszt, Franz). The concert began at 2:30 pm.

On March 20, 1897 she performed Sonata Appassionata, op. 57 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Prelude, D-flat, Nocturne, op. 48, no. 1, Waltz, A-flat, Ballade, op. 47 (Chopin, Fryderyk), Romanza in E-flat, Barcarolle in G Major, Valse caprice (Rubinstein, Anton), Rondo, op. 51, no. 2 (Beethoven, Ludwig van), Vogels als Prophet (Schumann, Robert), and Marche militaire (Schubert, Franz (arr. Tausig)). Carreño performed on a Knabe piano.


Review: Boston Daily Globe, 21 March 1897, 17.
Concert Program: US-NYp: Music Division Clipping File, Carreño Programs (MBD–uncat)


Kijas, Anna


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