7 April 1907

Concerts of Instrumental Music

The day after the Joachim Quartet’s concert, the second violinist Karl Halir is giving a concert with his own quartet, which he founded in 1893. The three works on the program are:
Haydn, Quartet in D major, op. 64
Gernsheim, Quartet in a minor, op. 31
Schubert, C major Quintet, with Robert Hausmann on second cello.

At noon the Mozartsaal-Orchester is giving a Hauptprobe of the last concert on its series, with Karl Panzner conducting.
Then they will give a popular concert at 7 pm, at the same time as the Philharmonic’s popular concert.

Tonight the Monte Carlo Opera’s Méphistophélès is being performed for the second time at the Königliche Oper, and Figaros Hochzeit is at the Neue Königliche.
Sunday’s double bills:
Komische Oper: Hoffmanns Erzählungen at 3 pm and Tosca at 8 pm. Lortzing Theater: Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor and Der Freischütz.
Central: Der Bettelstudent and Wiener Blut
Theater des Westens: Don Juan and Die Lustige Witwe.
Deutsch-Amerikanisches Theater: Der Troubadour and Mamselle Nitouche.

That is a total of TWELVE operas and operettas on one day. Wahnsinn.

The gathering of females in the ad below looks quite menacing to me!

Berliner Tageblatt, 4 April 1907, Sonntag-Ausgabe, p. 15.

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