1834 in music
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This article is about music-related events in 1834.
- September – Viennese ballerina Fanny Elssler makes her debut with the Ballet du Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique at the Paris Opera's Salle Le Peletier.
- October 7 – Birmingham Town Hall in Birmingham, England, designed by Joseph Hansom and Edward Welch, is opened for the Birmingham Triennial Music Festival.
- Statue of Jean-Jacques Rousseau is erected in his birthplace of Geneva.
- Mikhail Glinka returns to Russia after several years away with the intention of composing Russian nationalist music.
- Pierre Baillot – L'art du violon
- "Alphabet song" (copyrighted by C. Bradlee)
- Hector Berlioz – Harold in Italy
- Luigi Cherubini – String Quartet No. 3 in D minor
- Frederic Chopin – Fantaisie-Impromptu (published posthumously in 1855)
- William Sterndale Bennett – Piano Concerto in C Minor
- John Barnett – The Mountain Sylph
- Konradin Kreutzer – Das Nachtlager in Granada
- Saverio Mercadante – Uggiero il danese
- January 14 – William Robinson
- January 28 – Sabine Baring-Gould, hymn-writer
- February 28 – Sir Charles Santley, singer
- March 1 – Hildegard Werner, Swedish music conductor
- March 23 – Julius Reubke, pianist, organist and composer (d. 1858)
- June 8 – George Garrett, composer (d. 1897)
- June 24 – George Becker, composer and music writer
- August 9 – Elias Álvares Lobo, composer (d. 1901)
- August 17 – Peter Benoit, composer (d. 1901)
- August 31 – Amilcare Ponchielli, composer (d. 1886)
- October 31 – Knowles Shaw, composer of gospel hymns (d. 1878)
- February 4 – Amélie-Julie Candeille, singer, librettist and composer (b. 1767)
- September 2 – David Charles, hymn-writer (b. 1762)
- October 8 – François-Adrien Boïeldieu, composer (b. 1775)
- date unknown