- 1802 in music
Johann Nikolaus Forkelpublishes his biography, "Life of Johann Sebastian Bach".
Simon Mayrbecomes "maestro di cappella" at BergamoCathedral.
*Michael Kelly - "Urania"
March 3- Adolphe Nourrit, operatic tenor
July 12- Charles-Louis Hanssens, composer
October 7- Wilhelm Bernhardt Molique, composer
April 10- Charlotte Brent, operatic soprano (b. 1735)
July 28- Giuseppe Sarti, composer (b. 1729)
August 10- Antonio Lolli, violinist and composer (b. c. 1725)
August 23- Corona Schröter, singer (b. 1751)
October 2- Giuseppe Millico, "castrato" singer, composer and music teacher (b. 1737)
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