Susanna Veerman (1975) studied at the Gnesin music school and the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Moscow, where she obtained her diploma Choir Conducting in 1997. She obtained her diploma Master Choir Conducting at the Sweelinck Conservatoire in Amsterdam in 2001 with Jan Pasveer. In 2005, she obtained her diploma Master Organ with Ben van Oosten at the Rotterdam Conservatoire.
Between 2005 and 2007, she received a scholarship from Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds towards study with Louis Robilliard in Lyon, France. She received the Médaille d’Argent in Paris in 2007 and the Médaille de Vermeil of the Société Académique “Arts-Sciences-Lettres” for her services to French choir and organ music in 2013.
Susanna Veerman has an extensive international concert schedule. She is also accompanist and continuo player to the Westerkerk Choir and Bach Orchestra in Amsterdam.
In 1999, Susanna Veerman was appointed cantor and assistant organist of the Augustinuskerk in Amsterdam Oud-West, where she plays a Cavaillé-Coll organ dating from 1881.