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As a 2020 winner of the Musicians Club of Women Lynne Harvey Foundation/Virginia Cooper Maier Award, Véronique gives a recital with the organization alongside pianist Chuck Foster. The recital will feature the works of Debussy, Laitman, and Walton and focuses on those works which were written in direct collaboration with women: friends, romantic counterparts, and fellow artists.


In her role debut, Véronique takes on the title character of Handel's 1744 masterpiece, SEMELE. This tale of vanity, lust, deceit, and ambition will be directed by Kristine McIntyre and conducted by Antony Walker.

Charlie Parker's Yardbird

Véronique sings the role of Chan Parker in Daniel Schnyder and Bridgette A. Wimberly's CHARLIE PARKER'S YARDBIRD, in which the ghost of Charlie "Yardbird" Parker seeks to find peace, conquer his demons, and write his final masterpiece.

Così fan tutte

Véronique performs the role of Despina in Pittsburgh Opera's first opera of the season, Mozart and Da Ponte's COSÌ FAN TUTTE. Conducted by Antony Walker and directed by Crystal Manich.


Véronique sings L'Amour and covers La Folie in her mainstage debut with Des Moines Metro Opera. She will perform a cover run in the role of La Folie. Performances will be rescheduled due to COVID-19.

BWV 172

Véronique is the soprano soloist in BWV 172: Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten.

The Rape of Lucretia

Véronique covers Lucia in the Opera Studio's annual "white opera."


Véronique sings soprano solos in Handel's "Messiah."

Scenes Recital

Véronique performs excerpts as Mrs. Fiorentino (Street Scene), Norina (Don Pasquale), and Blonde (Die Entführung aus dem Serail).

The Young

Véronique originates the role of Lily in the world premiere of Martin Hennessy and Tim Rowan's one-act opera based on the fairy tales of Oscar Wilde.

Orfeo ed Euridice

Véronique covers Amore and sings in the chorus of Gluck's "Orfeo ed Euridice."

Scenes Recital

Véronique sings Sophie (Der Rosenkavalier) and Adina (L'elisir d'amore) as well as cabaret selections. She "received the silver rose with radiant vocal ease."