I append here a list
of the principal fixtures for the coming year, so far as it is
possible to speak of them at present. . . .
The Crystal Palace concerts will be resumed on February
13, and the arrangements for the spring series are of exceptional
interest. Among the principal attractions will be . . .
of Liszt's music, at which the venerable composer will be
present; and the engagements of Herr Joachim, M. De
Pachmann, and Signor Bottesini. . . .
M. De Pachmann will give two more recitals on February
2 and 23 .
Wednesday Next.—Evening Ballad Concert.
St. James's Hall,
at Eight o'clock.
Artists:—Miss Mary Davies and Madame Antoinette Trebelli, Madame
Antoinette Sterling and Miss Eleanor Rees; Mr. Redfern Hollins, Mr.
Santley, and Mr. Maybrick. Pianoforte, M. Vladimir De Pachmann; Contra-bass,
Signor Bottesini, Mr. Venables's Choir, Conductor, Mr. Sidley Naylor.
Stalls, 7s. 6d.; Balcony, 8s.; Area, 4s. and 2s.; Orchestra and Gallery, 1s.
Family Tickets, to admit four to Stalls, price 25s. Tickets to be had of
Austin, St. James's Hall, the usual Agents, and Boosey and Co., 295 Regent-street.