1735 in music
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This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 1735.
- February 18 – Flora[clarification needed] becomes the first opera performed in the United States – at Charleston, South Carolina.
- Maurice Greene is appointed Master of the King's Musick.
- Shortly before his death, Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, acknowledges opera singer Anastasia Robinson as his wife.
- April 8 Johann Sebastian Bach revives the anonymous St Luke Passion BWV 246 (BC D 6) at St. Nicholas Church, Leipzig.
- Johann Sebastian Bach
- Concerto nach italienischen Gusto
- Overture nach französischer Art
- Wilhelm Friedemann Bach – 3 Fugues for Organ with Pedal
- Jan Dismas Zelenka – Gesù al Calvario (oratorio)
- Egidio Romualdo Duni – Nerone
- George Frideric Handel
- Leonardo Leo – Demofoonte; Demetrio
- Jean-Philippe Rameau – Les Indes galantes (opéra-ballet)
- Francesco Maria Veracini – Adriano In Siria
- Nicola Antonio Porpora – Polifemo; Ifigenia In Aulide
- Johann Adolf Hasse – Tito Vespasiano
- Antonio Vivaldi – Griselda; L'Adelaide; Il Bajazet
- Giovanni Battista Pergolesi – L'Olimpiade
- Antonio Caldara – Scipione Africano
- January 21 – Johann Gottfried Eckard, pianist and composer (died 1809)
- February 25 – Ernst Wilhelm Wolf, composer (died 1792)
- February 28 – Alexandre-Théophile Vandermonde, musician, mathematician and chemist (died 1796)
- May 13 – Horace Coignet, composer (died 1821)
- June 6 – Anton Schweitzer, opera composer (died 1787)
- September 5 – Johann Christian Bach, composer (died 1782)
- November 26 – Giambattista Varesco, priest, musician, poet and librettist (died 1805)
- date unknown
- January 12 – John Eccles, composer (born 1668)
- March 24 – Georg Friedrich Kaufmann, organist and composer (born 1679)
- June 22 – Pirro Albergati, aristocrat and amateur composer (born 1663)
- July 18 – Johann Krieger, organist and composer (born 1649)
- November 2 – Šimon Brixi, composer (born 1693)
- date unknown