|Veronica Vascotto first studied the
piano and later took up singing. She graduated from the Giuseppe Tartini Conservatoire in
Trieste and she continued her studies under the direction of Italian and foreign teachers.
Her repertoire, in seven languages, ranges from the baroque to contemporary music.
In 1990 she won the Lilian Caraian Prize in Trieste and was awarded 2nd Prize at the 1992 Ferrante Mecenati International Competition in Adria, judged by M° Gino Bechi. In addition, she qualified for the semi-final at the 1993 Belvedere Competition in Vienna.
She has been very active, performing concerts in Italy and abroad, and has achieved particular acclaim in Malta (the Mediterranean Centre and the Manoel Theatre), in Milan (Società dei Concerti) and in Trieste (Giuseppe Verdi Theatre) where she performed a concert of Rossini arias.
She has recorded eight CDs both as a soloist and with a chamber choir, and has made several recordings for Italian and foreign radio and TV.
In 1996 she performed with Sergio Fantoni as a soprano soloist in the Sacred Drama "Ode a Bertrando" by Renato Stroili Gurisatti and Marco Maria Tosolini which was broadcast by RAI.
In 1998 she toured Brazil performing songs by Domenico Zipoli which were discovered in the Jesuit Missions in Paraguay
In the same year, in collaboration with the Teatro Stabile del Friuli-Venezia Giulia, she performed as soloist in the Drama "Passione di San Giusto" by Marco Sofianopulo, also recorded on CD.