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Gustav Mahler performed here on:

  1. Year 18701870 Concert Jihlava 13-10-1870 (First concert, piano).
  2. Year 18731873 Concert Jihlava 20-04-1873 (piano). On the occasion of the marriage between Archduchess Gisela with Prince Leopold of Bavaria in Vienna. Gisela was the second daughter and eldest surviving child of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and Empress Elisabeth. Her German title was Gisela Louise Marie, Erzherzogin von Österreich, Prinzessin von Bayern. On 20 April 1873, Gisela was married to Prince Leopold of Bavaria in Vienna. Prince Leopold was a son of Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria and Auguste Ferdinande of Austria and Gisela's second cousin. Gisela and Prince Leopold of Bavaria had four children. Gisela and her husband celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1923. Her husband died in 1930, and Gisela only survived him by two years. She died aged 76 in Munich on 27 July 1932, and is buried next to Prince Leopold in the Colombarium at the St.Michaelskirche, Munich.
  3. Year 18791879 Concert Jihlava 24-04-1879 (piano). On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the marriage of the Emperor and Empress of Austria. See poster.
  4. Year 1879. 24-09-1879.
  5. Year 1882. 19-09-1882 or 20-09-1882? Mahler conducted Franz von Suppe (1819-1895)'s Boccaccio.
  6. Year 1883. 1883 Concert Jihlava 11-08-1883 (piano). Piano. Last performance in Jihlava. Mahler worked in Kassel at the time.

Year 1870, Jihlava. Stadttheater (Komenskeho street Nos. 24/1357, Spital Gasse No. 4).

Stadttheater (Komenskeho street Nos. 24/1357, Spital Gasse No. 4).

Jihlava. Stadttheater (Komenskeho street Nos. 24/1357, Spital Gasse No. 4). Poster 24-04-1879.

1906. Komenskeho street, Spitalska.

Komenskeho street, Spitalska.

1930. Jihlava. Stadttheater (Komenskeho street Nos. 24/1357, Spital Gasse No. 4).

2014. Jihlava. Stadttheater (Komenskeho street Nos. 24/1357, Spital Gasse No. 4).

In 1850, the entrepeneur J.E. Okonsky bought the former Capuchin Manastery in todays Komenskeho street and had it converted into a theater. The theater building underwent multiple repairs, but the most fundamental reconstruction was realized in the 1920's an included included demolition of the old stage and construction of a a new theater.

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