1819, Apr 111895, Oct 25
an Anglo-German pianist and conductor, and founder of The Hallé orchestra in 1858. His first lessons were from his father, an organist. As a child he showed remarkable gifts for pianoforte playing. He performed a sonatina in public at the age of four, and played percussion in the orchestra in his early years. In August 1828 he took part in a concert at Cassel, where he attracted the notice of Spohr. He then studied under Christian Heinrich Rinck at Darmstadt, Germany in 1835, and as early as 1836 went to Paris, where for twelve years he often associated with Luigi Cherubini, Frédéric Frederic Chopin, Franz Liszt and other musicians.
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01/30/1858-Charles Halle founds Halle Orchestra in Manchester
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