Hildegard of Bingen: Hildegard of Bingen was a German Benedictine abbess, writer, mystic.
Francesca Caccini: The daughter of the famous Italian composer Giulio Caccini, she went on to become.
Barbara Strozzi: The Italian composer and singer was the most prolific secular music composer.
Isabella Leonarda: Italy’s Isabella Leonarda joined a Ursuline convent at the age of 16 and remained.
Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre: The French composer wrote numerous pieces for harpsichord.
Anna Amalia of Brunswick: The duchess is known for having turned her court into an influential.
Marianna Martines: The Austrian composer learned the piano from the famous Joseph Haydn.
Louise Farrenc: Farrenc was taught the piano by masters such as Ignaz Moscheles.
Fanny Mendelssohn: A child prodigy, the German composer went on to write more than 460 piano works.
Clara Schumann: The wife of pianist Robert Schumann was a distinguished composer herself.
Teresa Carreño: The Venezuelan composer, pianist, and singer wrote at least 40 pieces of music.
Cécile Chaminade: The French composer wrote numerous works, including pieces for piano.
Adele aus der Ohe: The German pianist and composer wrote numerous pieces for violin and piano.
Amy Beach: Amy Beach was America’s first successful female composer. Though she went on to make.
Rebecca Clarke: The London-born violist and composer was one of the first female players.