Giovanni Battista Pescetti

  • Born
    c. 1704
  • Died
    20th March 1766
  • Birthplace
    Venice, Italy
Giovanni Battista Pescetti was an organist and composer. He studied under Antonio Lotti for some time. Having spent some time writing operas in and around Venice, he left for London in 1736, becoming director of the Opera of the Nobility in 1737. After having to leave London when hostility arose against Catholic Italians, he returned to Venice in 1745 and became Second Organist at St Mark's Basilica. He died in Venice.

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