Veneta is a piano and violin teacher, music theory instructor, and a professional symphony orchestra and solo violinist. Born and raised in her home country of Bulgaria, Veneta finished Manol Ivanov Primary Music School in Haskovo, Bulgaria, continued onto "Hristina Morfova Middle School Academy" in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, and attained her Masters degree in music at the "Music, Art and Dance Academy" in the ancient and focused on art city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Veneta's Masters in Music focuses on piano, violin, viola, music theory, vocal choir, as well Symphony orchestra and band.
Veneta has an extensive experience both teaching and performing piano and violin - she started playing the piano and violin at the age of 5, played 1st violin at the Haskovo Symphony Orchestra for 15 years while also simultaneously she gave private piano lessons in Bulgaria, and has continued to be a private piano and violin teacher since she has moved to Miami, Florida in 2007.
Veneta works with students of all levels and ages, and she always strives to show and teach them how beautiful music is, how much they can learn and grow, and always finds a unique and approachable way to explain things to each individual student she teaches. Veneta is passionate about music, but even more passionate about teaching the world of music to both children and grown-ups. She teaches and performs manifold of different music genres - classical, pop music, contemporary, piano rock, jazz, popular music, and many more.
Veneta is fluent in English, Russian, and Bulgarian.