After completing his Piano lessons from Haydn he started to take training under his friends Johann Schenk, Alois Forster, Johann-Georg Albrechtsberger and Antonio Salieri. (Beethoven's Rise to fame. 1792-1805) “Beethoven’s fame was growing by the day. On March 29th-30th, 1795, Beethoven was invited to his first "Academy" – a charity event for the widows and orphans of musicians. It is evidently clear from the discussion that on December 16th, 1795, the already famous Beethoven was invited to Haydn’s "Academy", despite the tense relationship between the two.” (Beethoven's Rise to fame. 1792-1805) Though Beethoven had a strong relationship with Haydn, earlier this relationship has spoiled little bit because of Haydn’s decision to relocate to London as well as the temper and age difference between them. Haydn and Mozart were the greatest musicians of that period. According to the findings, it can, therefore, be said that the rising popularity of Beethoven has forced Haydn to invite him to the academy conducted by Haydn. Beethoven’s era can be classified into three different periods; Viennese Classical, The Heroic, and the Late Beethoven. (A Complete History of Beethoven). Beethovens Life History.
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