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Beethoven Hall (Boston)

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Beethoven Hall (Boston)

Beethoven Hall (1874-1878) was an auditorium in Boston, Massachusetts, that hosted musical performances and other entertainments in the 1870s. It sat on Washington Street, near Boylston Street, in today's Boston Theater District/Chinatown neighborhood. In 1879 the renovated hall re-opened as the Park Theatre. The building survived until 1990, when it was razed.

Performances

  • Annie de Montford, mesmerist
  • Charlotte Cushman
  • Mrs. Adelia Dauncey Maskell ("celebrated English Star Reader")
  • Berger Family and Sol Smith Russell
  • Buckley's Serenaders
  • Callender's Georgia Minstrels
  • Marius Cazeneuve's "grand soirees of prestidigitation and anti-spiritualistic seances"
  • Buffalo Bill combination
  • Tomasi's Grand Juvenile English Opera
  • Brown's Brigade Band
  • Lingards and Company
  • G.B. Bunnell's "living human wonders from the New American Museum, New York City"
  • References

    Beethoven Hall (Boston) Wikipedia


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