Veronika Skuplik did her studies at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen, Wilhelms Universität Münster and Akademie für Alte Musik (now Hochschule für Künste) Bremen. There she graduated under Thomas Albert with a diploma for baroque violin in 1991.
Veronika Skuplik travels all over Europe, Israel, the US, Australia and New Zealand for concerts, recordings and teaching activities. She plays mainly as a soloist in ensembles like L’Arpeggiata, Concerto Palatino and Weser-Renaissance Bremen, in her own group la dolcezza, as well as with the Collegium Vocale Gent, the Freiburger BarockConsort, Oltremontano and with her musical partner Andreas Arend (lute).
Veronika Skuplik was “artist in residence” at the 2011 Oude Muziek Festival Utrecht and at the 2012 Festival Musica Veche in Timisoara.
She is professor for baroque violin at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen and leads masterclasses and orchestra projects in Hamburg, Katowice (Poland) and in the US in Madison, Oberlin, Rochester and at the Carnegie Hall.
Veronika Skuplik’s discography comprises around 90 CDs, among them a solo CD VIOLINO for unaccompanied scordatura violin with anonymous sonatas from Austria around 1680.