Julius Roentgen

May 9, 1855, Leipzig, Germany.

September 13, 1932, Bilthoven (near Utretcht), Holland.

Begraafplaats Zorgvlied, Amsterdam, Holland.


Röntgen was a noted performer, composer, and musicologist. He conducted the Society for the Advancement of Musical Art (1866-98), taught in Amsterdam (1877-1925), helped found the Amsterdam Conservatory in 1884 (director, 1914-24), and conducted the Amsterdam Toonkunstkoor (1886-98). He is known for his symphonies, concertos, quintets, and sonatas.

  1. In Babilone