Pietro Nardini (April 12, 1722 – May 7, 1793) was an Italian composer and violinist. He was born in Fibiana and studied music at Livorno, later becoming a pupil of Giuseppe Tartini. As a violinist, he earned the admiration of Leopold Mozart. In 1770, he became Kapellmeister to the Grand Duke of Tuscany in Florence. As a violinist, Nardini wrote a few compositions, though not numerous. Each are melodious and highly playable, useful in technical studies.