Veronica Lee Goering
Korean-Canadian violist Veronica Lee Goering has been an active chamber musician throughout North America. Performing in acclaimed chamber music festivals, Veronica has worked with some of the world’s leading musicians. Veronica has been featured as a fellow in Toronto Summer Music Festival for the past three years. During this time, she has performed publicly with acclaimed string musicians as Martin Beaver, Chris Costanza, Dong-Suk Kang, Mark Fewer, Sharon Wei, Laura Samuels, Ernst Kovacic, Ian Swensen and Brandon Vamos.
As a devoted chamber musician, Veronica has performed in numerous string ensembles at various festivals, including the St. Lawrence String Quartet Seminar, Toronto Summer Music Chamber Music Institute, McGill International String Quartet Academy, Banff Chamber Music Residency and the Scotia Festival of Music.
Veronica has completed her bachelor of Music with honours in Viola Performance at University of Western Ontario. She also holds Master’s Degree in Chamber Music Performance at the McGill Schulich School of Music, under the guidance of André Roy, Philip Dukes, and Wolfram Christ. In 2015, Veronica Lee Goering graduated from the Artists Diploma Program at the GGS under the guidance of Steven Dann. Currently she is playing in orchestras in the Greater Toronto Area including Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.