Vera Ermakova graduated from the college of State Musical-Pedagogical institute named by Ippolitov-Ivanov (Moscow, Russia) in 2004 with the speciality in “Academic vocal” (class of professor Lidia Rebenok) and joined the same institute that she graduated with distinction in 2009 (class of Honored Artist of RF, professor Anna Soboleva).

From 2009 to 2012 she continued post-graduating studying in the State MusicalPedagogical institute named by Ippolitov-Ivanov (Moscow, Russia) (class of Honored Artist of RF Ruben Lisitsian). In 2012 she studied in Académie Internationale d'été de Nice (Nice, France) (Professor Lorraine Nubar (USA)). Since 2013 up to the present time she has been studying in the Yuri Martianov’s Vocal School (St. Petersburg, Russia) (Professor — Laureate of the International competitions Yuri Martianov). During the studying in the institute Vera frequently took part in Moscow, All-Russian, and International competitions and festivals. She is the winner of Moscow festival of students creativity “Festos-2004”, Moscow festival of academic singing “Devoted to Chaliapin” (Grand prix), 1st International competition “Modern Art and Education”, 2nd International competition of Young Musicians-Performers of Slavic Music, (in nomination “Solo Academic singing” (2nd place) and nomination “Chamber vocal Ensemble” (1st place)) and so on.

Since 2009 she became the soloist of vocal-instrumental ensemble “Pierrot-ensemble”, it’s repertoire consists of such compositions as “Pierrot Lunaire” by Arnold Schoenberg, “Das Marienleben” by Paul Hindemith, “La voix humaine” by Francis Poulenc and other compositions of the composers of the XX-XXI centuries.

Since 2012 she has been performing at concerts and other musical projects of “magicVoice” agency (Moscow). Vera performs very often with vocal ensembles and instrumental ensembles of trio, quartet, and in duets with piano, flute, classical guitar and other instruments. Her repertoire includes opera compositions as well as chamber vocal music of the composers of XVIII-XXI centuries.