March 11, 1781: Anton Philipp Heinrich is born in Schönböchel (Krasny Buk), Kingdom of Bohemia, the son of a merchant in textiles, wine, and finance.
March 11, 1814: Anthony Philip Heinrich marries Wilhelmina Otto in St. Peter’s Church, Philadelphia, USA on his 33rd birthday.
May 4, 1820: The Dawning of Music in Kentucky, or The Pleasures of Harmony in the Solitudes of Nature, Opera Prima, is copyrighted by its author Anton Philipp Heinrich (39).
February 10, 1821: Child of the Mountain, or The Deserted Mother, an opera by Anton Philipp Heinrich (39) to words of McMurtrie, is performed for the first time, in the Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia.
April 13, 1822: In The Euterpeiad or Musical Intelligencer, John Rowe Parker first calls Anthony Philipp Heinrich (41) the “Beethoven of America.” It is a name the composer will adopt.
April 29, 1826: A farewell concert is given at Boylston Hall, Boston for Anton Philipp Heinrich (45).