Queen's Hall (June 6, 1901)
Carreño appeared at Queen's Hall in London, England. She performed Concerto in A Minor, Pianoforte and Orchestra (Grieg, Edvard) conducted by Frederic H. Cowen, and Nocturne, op. 37, no. 2, Polonaise, op. 53 (Chopin, Fryderyk). Additional artists included Blanche Marchesi. Tickets were priced as follows: Stalls in Area or Two Front Rows in Grand Circle: £ 0 10 6, Stalls in other rows in grand circle or front row in balcony: £ 0 7 6, Stalls in other rows in balcony: £ 0 5 0, unreserved seats: 2s 6d and 1s. The concert began at 8 pm.
Review: Monthly Musical Record, 15 June 1901, 767.
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