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Carreño, Teresa

Teresa Carreño (tārā´sä kärā´nyō), 1853–1917, Venezuelan pianist; pupil of L. M. Gottschalk and Anton Rubinstein. Her debut was made in New York in 1862. She appeared as an opera singer for a brief period but thereafter continued her piano career, becoming known as one of the foremost pianists of her time. She composed a festival hymn for the Bolívar centenary, 1883, and was a teacher of Edward MacDowell.

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Carreño, (Maria) Teresa

Carreño, (Maria) Teresa (b Caracas, 1853; d NY, 1917). Venezuelan pianist. Début NY at age 9. Studied with Gottschalk and Anton Rubinstein. Toured Europe 1865–75, when she became operatic sop. and, for a brief spell, cond. Returned to pf. 1889, consolidating reputation as leading woman player of her day. Her 4 husbands incl. d'Albert.

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