"There is an exciting power in her playing" - Stephen Pritchard, The Observer
"Veneta Neynska's interpretation impresse...d with an utmost differentiated and detailed musical thought as well as with the supreme balance in the miniatures and exhibition of the characteristic elements of the pieces." - Tsvetelina Nacheva, "Culture" Newspaper
Veneta began her musical career in her native country of Bulgaria at the National School of Music. After graduating (in the class of fellow Bulgarian pianist Lyubov Shisheva) with the highest honors, she moved to the USA and studied with world-renowned pianist John Perry at USC Thornton School of Music. Following her undergraduate studies, Veneta was awarded a full scholarship to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London where she had the opportunity to study with Joan Havill, as well as perform in master-classes with internationally-renowned pianists Imogen Cooper, Alexei Nasedkin, Jerome Lowenthal, and Dominique Merlet, who all individually played an important role in her development as a musician. Just as valuable to her development as a world-class pianist is her musical relationship with Bulgarian pianist Gina Tabakova.