Veronica Kuijken (°1978) obtained a Master’s Degree Piano (with distinction) with Daniel Blumenthal at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. From 2002 to 2004, she specialised in Lied accompaniment with Irwin Cage at the Zürich Musikhoheschule. She followed also master classes with Daniel Pollack, Hans Leygraf, Christa Ludwig, Christoph Prégardien and Thierry Ravassard. With Henry Raudales and David Takeno, Veronica Kuijken studied the violin. She obtained her Konzertdiplom (again with distinction) in the Musikhochschule of Winterthur with Rudolf Koelman. As a violinist, she performed with the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, and works regularly with the Kammerorchester Basel (C. Hogwood), the Orchestre de Chamber de Lausanne (C. Zacharias) an the Ensemble Vocal et Instrumental de Lausanne (M. Corboz). She also plays the baroque violin e.g. with La Petite Bande and the Ensemble Baroque du Léman.
In the field of chamber music, she is member of different ensembles, e.g. a duo with her sister Marie Kuijken and the string quartet of her family, that has recorded the quartets of Debussy and Schumann. Since 2003, Veronica Kuijken is coach for the students baroque chant at the Centre de Musique Ancienne (Geneva), and since 2004, she accompanies flute and chant at the Conservatory of Lausanne.