Jeanne Beijeman-Walraven

Jeanne Beijerman-Walraven
(b. Semarang, Indonesia, Jun 14, 1878; d. Arnhem, Sep 20, 1969)

After her mother’s death in 1897, the family moved back to The Netherlands. She worked as a piano teacher and studied harmony and composition privately with Frits Koeberg in The Hague. Her composition for violin and piano was for the first time performed in London in 1907, later her works were performed in the Netherlands by several orchestras such as Utrechts Stedelijk Orchestra and Concertgebouw Orchestra.


Walraven wrote many interesting works for orchestra, chamber music, piano solo and voice. Her works were published by Donemus and Broekmans & Van Poppel.