1796 – Born on the 23rd of July in Stockholm, Sweden.
1818 – He started publishing the Musikalsk journal.
1821 – His Violin Concerto in C# minor was premiered by his brother.
1835 – Berwald started an orthopedic and physiotherapy clinic in Berlin.
1841 – He resumed composing songs and moved to Vienna and married Mathilde Scherer.
1842 – Conducted concert of his tone poems at the Redoutensaal at the Hofburg Imperial Palace.
1843 – Premiered in Stockholm with his cousin Johan Frederik conducting the Royal Opera House Orchestra.
1845 – He composed "Sinfonie Singulaire".
1847 – The Mozarteum Salzburg made him an honorary member.
1849 – Berwald got back to Sweden and managed a glass works at Sandö in Ångermanland.
Wrote Drottningen av Golconda, which supposetedly premiered in 1864, but was not happened.
1866 – Received the Order of the Polar Star, in recognition of his musical achievements.
1867 – Stockholm Conservatoire finally appointed Berwald professor of composition.
1868 – Berwald died on 3rd of April in Stockholm because of pneumonia.
The second movement of the Symphony No. 1 in G minor was played at his funeral.