Commemorated on 7 plaques
From this house in 1848 Frederic Chopin 1810-1849 went to the Guildhall to give his last public performance
4 St James's Place, Westminster, SW1, London, United Kingdom where they visited
Fryderyk Chopin 1810-1849 gave his first London concert in this house June 23 1848
99 Eaton Place, SW1, London, United Kingdom where they gave his first London concert (1848)
A son retour de Majorque avec George Sand Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) Joua de l'orgue dans cette église le 24 Avril 1839 pur les obsèques du tenor Adolphe Nourrit (1802-1839)
English translation: On his return from Mallorca with George Sand, Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849) played organ in this church on 24 April 1839 for the funeral of the tenor Adolphe Nourrit (1802-1839)
Notre-Dame de la Garde, Notre-Dame du Mont, Marseille, France where they played the organ in this church at the funeral of tenor Adolphe Nourrit (1839)
Frédéric François Chopin né à Zélazowa-Wola (Pologne) le 22 févier 1810 est mort dans cette maison le 17 octobre 1849
English translation: Frédéric François Chopin born in Zélazowa-Wola (Poland) 22 February1810 died in this house 17 October 1849
12 Place Vendôme, Paris, France where they died (1849)
Fryderyk Chopin 1810-1849 Polish composer stayed here on the occasion of his concert in Edinburgh on the 4th of October 1848 to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of this event this plaque was placed by the Polish community and their Scottish friends in 1948
10 Warriston Crescent, Edinburgh, United Kingdom where they stayed (1848)
El compositor polonès Frederic Chopin (Zelazowa Wola, Polònia 1810 - Paris 1849) s'hostatjà en aquest hotel durant la seves visites a Barcelona, els anys 1838 i 1839. 200è aniversari del seu naixement, Setembre 2010.
English translation: The Polish composer Frederic Chopin (Zelazowa Wola, Poland 1810 - Paris 1849) stayed in this hotel during visits to Barcelona in the years 1838 and 1839. 200th anniversary of his birth, September 2010.
40 La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain where they stayed (1838-1839)
Fryderyk Chopin Born 1810, Żelazowa Wola, Poland Died 1849, Paris, France Fryderyk Chopin was one of the world’s greatest musical composers. His compositions combined elements of his beloved Polish culture with universal ones , which gave his music wide international appeal. He visited Manchester in the year before his death at the early age of 39. On Monday, August 28th, 1848, a gravely ill Fryderyk Chopin gave a Gala Concert before a rapturous audience of 1200 at the Gentlemen’s Concert Hall, which was situated at the corner of Peter Street and Lower Moseley Street. Despite serious Ill-health he insisted that he would perform, a fact which has forever endeared him to Mancunians and music lovers everywhere.
, Manchester, United Kingdom where they performed (1848)