German pianist and writer on music (b. 4 November 1844 in Strasbourg; d. 12 February 1905 in London), born Edward George Dannreuther.
Dannreuther trained at the Leipzig Conservatory, where he was a pupil of Ignaz Moscheles (1794–1870). In 1863 he moved to London, and subsequently became a naturalised British citizen. He was very prominent in musical circles, founding the London Wagner Society in 1872.
On 11 March 1876 [N.S.] he performed Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 at the Crystal Palace in London, and wrote to the composer suggesting a series of alterations that were subsequently incorporated into the second edition (1879).
Correspondence with Tchaikovsky
One letter from Tchaikovsky to Edward Dannreuther has survived, dating from 1876, and has been translated into English on this website:
Two letters from Dannreuther to Tchaikovsky, dating from 1890 and 1891, are preserved in the Klin House-Museum Archive.