Verona Maier started her musical training with professors Maria Spirescu, Maria Zaharescu, and Angela Marbe. She was graduated in 1984 as a student of professors Ioana Minei and Ana Pitiş at the Bucharest Conservatory. In 2006 she was conferred – summa cum laudae – the academic title of Doctor in music by the National University of Music in Bucharest after defending the thesis Spontaneous Tempo Options in J. S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier. She is professor for chamber music at the same University.
As pianist, chamber musician and teacher Verona Maier took part in concerts, recitals, festivals, master-classes, radio and TV broadcastings, recording sessions, contemporary music world premiers, film and theater productions, and competition juries in Romania, Germany, Switzerland, France, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Israel, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Italy, United Kingdom.
Verona Maier was conferred the Cultural Merit Medal (First Class) by the President of Romania in 2004.
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