Musical Fund Hall (April 30, 1864)
Announcement: Philadelphia Inquirer, 29 April 1864, 8.
Announcement: The Daily Age, 30 April 1864, 3.
Announcement: Dwight's Journal of Music, 30 April 1864, 232.
The Philadelphia Inquirer, April 29, 1864.
Teresa Carreno, by universal desire takes pleasure in announcing a third and farewell concert, at the Musical Fund Hall, on Saturday Evening, April 30, when she will be aided by the following distinguished talent:--
Madame Annie Mixsell, Prima Donna
Mr. J Farley, Tenor who will render, in accordance with numerous requests, the great aria from “Faust,” and "Eily Mavourneen."
Mr. Draper, Baritone, and
Mr. F. J. Mittler, Pianist.
Tickets 50 cents; Reserved seats 25 cents extra to be had at J.E. Gould's Music Store, corner of Seventh and Chesnut streets.
The Daily Age, April 30, 1864.
Musical Fund Hall. Teresa Carreno, the Wonderful Child Pianist, will give a grand farewell concert, this Saturday Evening, April 30. The entertainment will comprise selections from “Faust,” “Les Huguenots,” I Masuadier,” “The Mountain Sylph,” Scotch Ballads and Irish Melodies. The following popular and eminent artists will assist: Madame Mixsell, Soprano; Mr. Farley, tenor; Mr. Draper, Baritone; Mr. Mittler, Pianst [sic] accompagnuateur. Admission, 50 cents. With reserved seats 75 cents. Furnished by Gould. Steinway’s Grand Piano will be used on this occasion.