[Met Concert/Gala] CID:29110
Gala Performance of Grand Opera
in honor of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Prussia
. Metropolitan Opera House: 02/25/1902.


Metropolitan Opera House
February 25, 1902
In Honor of H.R.H. Prince Henry of Prussia


GALA PERFORMANCE OF GRAND OPERA
in honor of
His Royal Highness
Prince Henry of Prussia


Lohengrin: Act I

Lohengrin...............Andreas Dippel
Elsa....................Johanna Gadski
Ortrud..................Ernestine Schumann-Heink
Telramund...............David Bispham
King Heinrich...........Edouard de Reszke
Herald..................Adolph Mühlmann

Conductor...............Walter Damrosch


Carmen: Act II

Carmen..................Emma Calvé
Don José................Albert Alvarez
Escamillo...............Antonio Scotti
Frasquita...............Marguerite Marilly
Mercédès................Carrie Bridewell
Remendado...............Albert Reiss
Dancaïre................Charles Gilibert
Zuniga..................Maurice Declery

Conductor...............Philippe Flon


Aida: Act III

Aida....................Emma Eames
Radamès.................Emilio De Marchi
Amneris.................Louise Homer
Amonasro................Giuseppe Campanari
Ramfis..................Marcel Journet

Conductor...............Armondo Seppilli


Tannhäuser: Act II

Tannhäuser..............Ernest Van Dyck
Elisabeth...............Milka Ternina
Wolfram.................Anton Van Rooy
Hermann.................Robert Blass
Walther.................Jacques Bars
Heinrich................Edouard de Reszke
Biterolf................Adolph Mühlmann
Reinmar.................Lodovico Viviani

Conductor...............Walter Damrosch


[Note: Act I of La Traviata was scheduled for this point in the evening. However, when Marcella Sembrich, the Violetta, learned that Prince Henry had left the theater, she refused to perform.]


Le Cid: Act IV, Sc. 1, Excerpt

Rodrigue................Albert Alvarez
Chimène.................Lucienne Bréval

Conductor...............Philippe Flon

[Note: Receipts for this performance were $52,728.50. Most performances during the season took in less than $10,000 each.]



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