Italian violinist and Baroque-era composer whose musical works include chamber music, virtuoso violin pieces, and huge ensemble compositions. As a man, he performed violin in the musical ensemble on the Santa Maria Maggiore cathedral in Bergamo, Italy. He transferred to Rome in 1711 to progress his career being a composer. Through the 1720s, he embarked upon a concert tour of Germany and Italy, executing for numerous associates of royalty. He was created in Bergamo, Italy, and he passed away in his past due sixties in Amsterdam, Netherlands. His function inspired that of fellow violinist and composer Niccolo Paganini.