Pianist Monica Verona has appeared as soloist and chamber music artist at the Salzburg International Music Festival, the Ravinia Festival, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Steinway Hall, the Nicholas Roerich Museum, the Goethe Institute, Barge Music, the American Landmark Festival Series, Brooklyn College, the Donnell Library Series, and with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She has also appeared as guest artist with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, the Milwaukee Catholic Symphony Orchestra, the Fine Arts Quartet, and on WMVS/WMVT Public Television Network of Wisconsin. She holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Northern Illinois University and the Manhattan School of Music where she studied with Karl Ulrich Schnabel and Naomi Zaslav in addition to her collaboration with the Fine Arts Quartet and the Vermeer Quartet. Ms. Verona has been awarded prizes from the National Federation of Music Clubs, the Ida Schroeder Foundation and Mu Phi Epsilon. She is currently President of the New York City Alumni Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon and a Resident Teaching Artist at the Bloomingdale School of Music.