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On 2 June 1793 a "petition'' from him was likewise referred. On 5 August 1798 the Board received "thanks from Mrs Pinto for {a} benefaction of £5 paid to her by order of Gen. " Payments in the same amount were made to her on 4 August 1799, 3 August 1800, and 5 July 1801. Pinto, George Frederick 17851806, violinist, pianist, singer. George Frederick Pinto was born in the Lambeth district of London on 25 September 1785, the son of Samuel Sanders and the singer National Portrait Gallery GEORGE FREDERICK PINTO engraving by Burt, after Robertson Page 2 Julia Pinto, whose surname he eventually adopted.

On 23 February 1798 at the end of part one of the Messiah at Covent Garden Theatre a concerto on the violin "by Master Pinto (aged Eleven {recte 13} Years, Grandson to the celebrated Performer of the Name)" was heard; that bill seems to be the only evidence of Pinto's involvement with a public theatre in London. At Salomon's benefit concert on 10 March 1800, Pinto played the violin and the virtuoso John Field the piano. Pinto substituted for Corri at the latter's Edinburgh concerts when the maestro was prevented from attending by an accident.

On 23 February 1798 at the end of part one of the Messiah at Covent Garden Theatre a concerto on the violin "by Master Pinto (aged Eleven {recte 13} Years, Grandson to the celebrated Performer of the Name)" was heard; that bill seems to be the only evidence of Pinto's involvement with a public theatre in London. At Salomon's benefit concert on 10 March 1800, Pinto played the violin and the virtuoso John Field the piano. Pinto substituted for Corri at the latter's Edinburgh concerts when the maestro was prevented from attending by an accident.

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