1555 – On the 11th of June, an Italian-Austrian composer was born in Presario, Marche.
1577 – He studied at the church of San Stefano, Venice.
1583 – He became the student of Andrea Gabrieli.
1584 – He got accepted as a singer at San Marco. In the same year, he met a prominent Venetian School theorist named Zarlino.
1585 – He joined Archduke Karl of Graz for five years.
1590 – He joined the chapel of Wilhelm V, Duke of Bavaria.
1592 – He published the book Prattica Di Musica in Venice.
1596 – He retuned to Italy.
1597 – He worked as a preacher and administrator of Presario.
1612 – At the age of 57, he retired to Presario.
1618 – A part of Zacconi’s work was being incorporated by Michael Praetorious into his Syntagma Musicum.
1619 – His second book of Prattica Di Musica was released.
1622 – He passed away in Fiorenzuola di Focara.