Anna Bon di Venezia (1738 – c. 1767) is considered one of the most significant composers of the 18th century, particularly in Italy. She reached the position of virtuosa di musica di camera in Bayreuth, at the court of Frederick the Great, to whom she dedicated her Six Flute Sonatas, op. 1
Among her works, we can find a range of beautiful compositions. Even though the majority of her piano works are set at an advanced level, there are some early-intermediate pieces in her collection “Six Sonatas for the Harpsichord”. She was a crucial figure in the Venetian musical scene, and her influence can be seen in the works of her contemporaries.