Veronika gained her Master of Music in Performance at the London College of Music in 2018 with Sandra Ford and Anthony Roden and studies with Brian Parsons. She sang in the widely reviewed production of Samson and Delilah at Grimeborne Festival at the Arcola Theatre London and finished the one - year Opera School programme at Morley College in July 2017. Her repertory spans from Oratorio and Lied to opera with roles including Despina (Mozart), Eurydice (Offenbach), Jessie (K.Weill), Duchess (Todd), Alice (Verdi) and mezzo parts (Duchess in The Gondoliers, Rose in Lakmé). She just sang Penelope in Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria at the Veneto Arte Lirica Festival 2019.
She attended workshops and masterclasses with Andrew Shore, Mary King, David Gowland, Susan Bullock, Peter Elkus and worked on stage craft with Andrew Sinclair, Christopher Cowell and John Ramster.
As a professional chorus member she had worked with the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, BBC Symphony Chorus, Opera South and Kentish Opera in staged productions, concerts performances and recordings such as The Dream of Gerontius (Chandos), Mathis der Maler, La Traviata, Aida, Don Quichotte and at the BBC Proms.
My subject matter is a scultpural process centred on the theme of experiencing (change of) dimension which is established through a paradoxical phenomenon: the more focus the greater the expansion.
Concepts of singing technique underpin this approach and so the experience of singing and listening to vocal music are playing a key role. My artworks are ideally rather sculptural models of an amplified moment of self-awareness, visualised as a detail extracted from its wider context, than installations or objects. Therefore they can be read and realised in any scale or size and can be articulated in a variety of processes and materials including elements of performing arts.