Veronica Schoenewolf's magnetic performances have dazzled audiences at the Shoreham-Wading River Community Theatre in shows that include "Working," "Funny Girl," "Jerry's Girl's" and "Company," as lead singer in the country band Music City Junction and as lead Singer/Director of the country-swing band Swingin' Easy.

Her eclectic interest in music is evident in her commitment to the Sayville Congregational Church Choir and New Century Singers, a 30-voice classical and pop chorus that has performed throughout Long Island, San Jose, CA and Toronto, Canada. In January, 2006 she was privileged to perform with New Century Singers at Carnegie Hall in 2006.

Veronica enhances the stage with pianist Edward Hupton in "A Tribute to Duke Ellington", songs and solo piano works by one of America's most beloved composers, and in a concert of enchanting but rarely heard songs and piano pieces entitled "It Seems I've Never Heard That Song Before". Her extensive repertoire of American popular music has added a level of elegance to numerous clubs throughout Long Island and NYC, and her performances have become memorable.