Jan Boerman (The Hague, 1923) is a composer and pioneer of Dutch electronic music. He worked in the first electronic music studio in the Netherlands, at the Technical University of Delft.
Boerman studied music at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He initially focused on piano, and later switched to the new field of electronic music. He has taught electronic music at the Royal Conservatory since 1974. He won the Matthijs Vermeulen Prize for his entire oeuvre in 1982, and the Edison Award in 1999.