The Assembly Rooms, Ingram Street, March 1833: Giulio Regondi, Guitarist, Aged Nine Years, Assisted by his Father, Signor Regondi

From an advertisement on page two of the Glasgow Herald, on Monday the 4th of March, 1833:




Assisted by his Father, SIGNOR REGONDI,

BEGS leave to inform the Nobility and Gentry of Glasgow,

that he will give TWO MATINEES MUSICALES, at the

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, Ingram Street, TO-DAY, 4th March,

and on WEDNESDAY, 6th March, 1833.

GIULIO REGONDI has had the honour of playing before

their Majesties and the Duchess of Kent, as well as at several

Courts on the Continent, and lately gave a Concert in the

Metropolis, under the immediate patronage of Her Majesty the


The doors will open at one, and the Concert commence at half-past

one precisely.

Single tickets, 3s. One Ticket (at the doors only) for four persons and

above, each person 2s. 6d.

To be had at the Doors, and at the principal Music Shops, with the

Programme of the Performances.”