31 December 1827

Second Subscription Concert

 

Chester: Royal Hotel, Assembly Rooms

Time: Evening, Eight o’Clock

Tickets: Non-subscribers, 8s.

Programme

Irish Melody[Mr. Phillips]Moore
Aria, ‘Sento [*] in seno’Mr. Phillips 
Ballad, ‘The Maid of Llanwellyn’Mr. Phillips 
Piano Fantasia, The Recollections of Ireland
with Orchestral Accompaniments   
Mr. MoschelesMoscheles
Violin ConcertoMr. Mori 
Principal Vocalists: Miss E. Paton (first appearance at Chester), Mrs. Atkinson; Mr. Phillips
Principal Instrumentalists: Messrs. Mori, Moscheles, Weiss 

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Charlotte: ….mit dem gewohnten Beifall spielt; ebenso in Chester, immer in Gesellschaft von Mori, Phillips, Miss Paton und Mrs. Atkinson. [AML I, 184.]

Advertisements

Chester Courant (November 20, 1827): 2.

ROYAL HOTEL.

Chester Subscription Concerts

WILL commence on WEDNESDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, for which the following Performers are engaged:—

MADAME CORNEGA,

(Of the King’s Opera).

MISS MONTAGUE

(Madame Cornega’s Pupil),

AND THE CELEBRATED

TYROLESE MISNTRELS,

THE RAINER FAMILY,

Who will perform in their native costume. They sing the beautiful Melodies of their country with an effect so peculiar and striking, that, in their estimation of some of our first judges of music, it is truly magical.

Mr. MOSCHELES

The celebrated Pianist, is engaged for the Second Concert, which will take place about Christmas.

Chester Chronicle (November 23, 1827): 2.

ROYAL HOTEL.

CHESTER SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS

WILL commence on Wednesday 28th November, for which the following Performers are engaged:—

MADAME CORNEGA,

(Of the King’s Opera).

MISS MONTAGUE,

(Madame Cornega’s Pupil)

And the celebrated

TYROLESE MISNTRELS,

THE RAINER FAMILY,

Under the patronage of His Majesty

Who will perform in their native costume. They sing the beautiful Melodies of their country with an effect so peculiar and striking, that, in their estimation of some of our first judges of music, it is truly magical.

Mr. MOSCHELES,

The celebrated Pianist, is engaged for the Second Concert, which will take place about Christmas.

Subscription books opened at Taylor’s Music Warehouse; and at Messrs. Poole and Harding’s, and Mr. Seacome’s Booksellers.

Tickets will be ready for delivery at TAYLOR’S Music Shop, on MONDAY NEXT.

Doors will be open at Seven o’Clock, and to commence at Eight.

Chester Courant (December 18, 1827): 2.

WINTER SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS.

MR. WILSON

HAS the honour to announce, that the SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT is fixed for MONDAY, the 31st instant, at the ROYAL HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, for which the following eminent Vocal and Instrumental Performers are already engaged :—

MRS. ATKINSON (late MISS GOODALL)

of the King’s Concert, Hanover Square, and

MISS ELIZA PATON,

Their first appearance at the Chester Concerts,

MR. PHILLIPS,

Principal Bass Singer at the Ancient Concerts;

MR. MORI,

AND

MR. MOSCHELES,

The celebrated Pianist.

Leader—MR. MORI.

Principal Violoncello—Mr. JACKSON.

The Doors will open at Seven o’clock, and the Performance commence at Eight.

Non-subscribers Tickets 8s. each, to be had at Taylor’s Music Warehouse, and at Poole & Harding’s, and Seacome’s, Booksellers.

Chester Chronicle (December 21, 1827): 2.

WINTER SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS.

MR. WILSON

HAS the honour to announce, that the SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT is fixed for MONDAY, the 31st instant, at the ROYAL HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, for which the following eminent Vocal and Instrumental Performers are already engaged :—

MRS. ATKINSON (late MISS GOODALL)

of the King’s Concert, Hanover Square, and

MISS ELIZA PATON,

Their first appearance at the Chester Concerts,

MR. PHILLIPS,

Principal Bass Singer at the Ancient Concerts;

MR. MORI,

AND

MR. MOSCHELES,

The celebrated Pianist.

Leader—MR. MORI.

Principal Violoncello—Mr. JACKSON.

The Doors will open at Seven o’clock, and the Performance commence at Eight.

Non-subscribers Tickets 8s. each, to be had at Taylor’s Music Warehouse, and at Poole & Harding’s, and Seacome’s, Booksellers.

Chester Courant (December 25, 1827): 2.

WINTER SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS.

MR. WILSON

HAS the honour to announce, that the SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT is fixed for MONDAY, the 31st instant, at the ROYAL HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, for which the following eminent Vocal and Instrumental Performers are already engaged :—

MRS. ATKINSON (late MISS GOODALL)

of the King’s Concert, Hanover Square, and

MISS ELIZA PATON,

Their first appearance at the Chester Concerts,

MR. PHILLIPS,

Principal Bass Singer at the Ancient Concerts;

MR. MORI,

AND

MR. MOSCHELES,

The celebrated Pianist.

Leader—MR. MORI.

Principal Violoncello—Mr. JACKSON.

The Doors will open at Seven o’clock, and the Performance commence at Eight.

Non-subscribers Tickets 8s. each, to be had at Taylor’s Music Warehouse, and at Poole & Harding’s, and Seacome’s, Booksellers.

Chester Chronicle (December 28, 1827): 2.

WINTER SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS.

MR. WILSON

HAS the honour to announce, that the SECOND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT is fixed for MONDAY, the 31st instant, at the ROYAL HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS, for which the following eminent Vocal and Instrumental Performers are already engaged :—

MRS. ATKINSON (late MISS GOODALL)

of the King’s Concert, Hanover Square, and

MISS ELIZA PATON,

Their first appearance at the Chester Concerts,

MR. PHILLIPS,

Principal Bass Singer at the Ancient Concerts;

MR. MORI,

AND

MR. MOSCHELES,

The celebrated Pianist.

Leader—MR. MORI.

Principal Violoncello—Mr. JACKSON.

The Doors will open at Seven o’clock, and the Performance commence at Eight.

Non-subscribers Tickets 8s. each, to be had at Taylor’s Music Warehouse, and at Poole & Harding’s, and Seacome’s, Booksellers.

Zeitung für die elegante Welt (January 12, 1828): 72.

Er [Moscheles] reist nächstens nach Edinburg und wird sich unterwegs in Chester und in Liverpool verweisen, wo er engagirt ist, in zwei Abonnementsconcerten zu spielen.

Review

Chester Chronicle (January 4, 1828): 3.

CONCERT.—On Monday evening, the second subscription Concert was given at the Royal Hotel, when Miss E. Paton was introduced to our notice. This young Lady possesses a voice of great power, and some of her tones are remarkable for richness and depth, while others sound harsh and unpleasant. Her execution is consequently unequal, but study and practice, we doubt not, will produce correctness and brilliancy. Mrs. Atkinson (late Miss Goodall) elicited unqualified applause by her chaste, finished style of singing, the charm of which was greatly increased by her unassuming manner. This lady’s voice is remarkable for sweetness and her execution is peculiarly delicate. “The Maid of Llangollen” was given most touchingly by Mr. Phillips, as was one of Moore’s Irish Melodies, but his chef d’œuvre of the evening was the song of “Sento [*] in seno.” Mr. Moscheles on the grand piano-forte, and Mr. Mori on the violin, left us nothing to desire. The former, in his “Recollections of Ireland,” produced such a flow of harmony as at once to astonish and delight; and the latter, in a concerto “discourse most excellent music.” The Concert altogether went off with great applause from a full and elegant company, and the lovers of harmony experience a rich treat.

9 November 1825

First Winter Subscription Concert

 

Chester: Royal Hotel

Time: Evening, Eight o’Clock

Subscription Concert: 12s. for two Concerts, Non-Subscribers: 8s.

Programme

DuetsMme Caradori-Allan, Mr. Phillips 
Free Piano FantasiaMr. Moscheles 
Grand Piano Variations on a Military March with Orch. Accomp. (Alexander Variations)Mr. MoschelesMoscheles
Piano ConcertoMr. MoschelesMoscheles
SongsMr. Phillips 
SongsMme Caradori-Allan 
Violin ConcertoMr. Mori 
Principal Vocalists: Mme Caradori-Allan; Mr. Phillips  
Principal Instrumentalists: Messrs. Mori, Moscheles
Leader: Mr. Nicolas Mori

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Moscheles: On the 9th of November I was very successful my first concert at Chester. [RMM, 74]

Advertisements

Chester Chronicle (October 7, 1825): 1.

CHESTER

Winter Subscription Concerts,

1825.

THE SUBCRIBERS, and the Public are respectfully acquainted, that the FIRST CONCERT will take place on Wednesday, the 9th November; for which the following CELEBRATED PERFORMERS are engaged:

MADAME CARADORI,

MR. PHILLIPS,

MR. MORI, AND

MR. MOSCHELLES.

Further particulars in a future paper.

Chester Chronicle (October 7, 1825): 2.

The Winter Concerts, it will be seen, are announced to commence on the 9th of November.

Chester Courant (October 11, 1825): 2.

CHESTER WINTER SUBSCRIPTION

CONCERTS,

1825.

THE Subscribers and the Public are respectfully acquainted, that the FIRST CONCERT will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 9th; for which the following celebrated Performers are engaged:—

Madame CARADORI,

Mr. PHILLIPS,

Mr. MORI,

AND

Mr. MOSCHELLES.

Subscription tickets (transferable to Ladies only) for the two Concerts, Twelve Shillings; non-subscribers’ tickets, Eight Shillings.

Subscription books are now open at Messrs. Poole and Harding’s, and at Mr. Taylor’s Music Warehouse.

Chester Courant (November 1, 1825): 2.

CHESTER WINTER

Subscription Concerts,

ROYAL HOTEL, 1825.

THE subscribers and the public are respectfully acquainted, that the FIRST CONCERT will take place on WEDNESDAY, November 9th; for which the following celebrated performers are engaged:—MADAME CARADORI.—MR. PHILLIPS.—MR. MORI.— and MR. MOSCHELLES.

Subscription tickets (transferable to Ladies only) for the two Concerts, Twelve Shillings.—Non-Subscribers’ tickets, Eight Shillings each.

Subscription Books are now open at Messrs. POOLE & HARDING’S, and at Mr. TAYLOR’S Music Warehouse, where Tickets will be ready on Monday.

Chester Chronicle (November 4, 1825): 2.

CHESTER WINTER SUBSCRIPTION

CONCERTS

ROYAL HOTEL, 1825.

THE Subscribers and the Public are respectfully acquainted, that the FIRST CONCERT will take place on WEDNESDAY, November 9th; for which the following celebrated performers are engaged:—MADAME CARADORI.—MR. PHILLIPS.—MR. MORI.—and MR. MOSCHELLES.

Subscription Tickets (transferable to Ladies only) for the two Concerts, Twelve Shillings.—Non-Subscribers’ Tickets, Eight Shillings each.

Subscription Books are now open at Messrs. POOLE & HARDING’S, and at Mr. TAYLOR’S Music Warehouse, where Tickets will be ready on Monday next.

The doors will be opened precisely at Seven, and the Concert begin at Eight o’Clock.

Chester Courant (November 8, 1825): 2.

CHESTER WINTER

Subscription Concerts,

ROYAL HOTEL, 1825.

THE subscribers and the public are respectfully acquainted, that the FIRST CONCERT will take place on WEDNESDAY, November 9th; for which the following celebrated performers are engaged:—MADAME CARADORI.—MR. PHILLIPS.—MR. MORI.— and MR. MOSCHELLES.

Subscription tickets (transferable to Ladies only) for the two Concerts, Twelve Shillings.—Non-Subscribers’ tickets, Eight Shillings each.

Subscription Books are now open at Messrs. POOLE & HARDING’S, and at Mr. TAYLOR’S Music Warehouse, where Tickets, and particulars of the performance may be had.

Doors to be opened at seven, and the Concert to commence at eight o’clock precisely.

Review

CGore’s General Advertiser (January 3, 1828): 3.

CONCERT.—The first Winter Subscription Concert was given in the Assembly Room, at the Royal Hotel, no Wednesday last, and though the weather proved unfavourable, there was a numerous and highly respectable attendance. Madame Caradori, though much indisposed, was received in the whole of her songs, with great applause. Mr. Moschelles, played the celebrated concerto for the pianoforte, the Fall of Paris, with his own variations, and an extempore fantasia. He equals any player we ever heard on the pianoforte. Mr. Phillips is a singer of the first class, and his solos and duets were highly pleasing. Mr. Mori, the leader, played a concerto on the violin, with his usual ability and taste.