After her piano and music theory studies in Berlin, Veronika Braß dealt intensively with historical performance practice in general, and the harpsichord or fortepiano game in particular. She deepened her knowledge at Mitzy Meyerson in Berlin, with Jesper Christensen at the Schola Cantorum in Basel and at Christine Schornsheim in Leipzig; so she won the university competition in the subject "Early Music Ensemble". Engagements as a harpsichord-accompanist and chamber musician at international competitions and festivals followed. She is a lecturer in music theory and coaching specialist in historical performance practice at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich. Her chamber music partners include Peter Kooj and Christine Busch; with Christoph Poppen and the Munich Chamber Orchestra she joined a long cooperation. Furthermore, she guested with the Potsdam Chamber Academy and the RIAS Chamber Choir. Since 2006 she has been a member of the Ensemble "Spirit of musicke" (www.spirit-of-musicke.com), which specializes in the performance of music by women composers. At the center of her artistic work for some years is the successful cooperation with her duo partner Jochen Green and the Baroque Orchestra Elbipolis that led them to several countries in Europe.