December 3, 1729: Antonio Francisco Javier José Soler Ramos is baptized in Olot, Gerona, Kingdom of Spain, the son of Marcos Mateo Pedro Soler, a musician.
September 25, 1752: Antonio Soler (22) joins the Hieronymite order at El Escorial and becomes permanent organist.
September 29, 1753: Antonio Soler (23) receives Holy Orders at El Escorial, in a ceremony for which he composed a Veni creator.
June 2, 1755: Antonio Soler (25) composes a setting of Dixit Dominus for chorus, violins, and horns.
March 13, 1766: Padre Antonio Soler (36) signs Carta escrita a un amigo. It is a second pamphlet rebutting criticisms of his treatise Llave de la modulación.
July 11, 1768: José de Nebra, maestro di clavicordio to the Spanish infante Don Gabriel, dies. He will be replaced by Padre Antonio Soler (38).