Veronica Boss (Yanez)


Veronica Boss (Yanez) began her studies in Tampico (Mexico) with French maestro, Michel Reznikoff.  She then studied in New York at the Joffrey Ballet School, Neubert Ballet Institute, with full scholarships.  At 15 years of age, Yanez became part of the National Dance Company of the CD of Mexico, being the youngest professional dance there.  At 19, she became a dancer of Ballet de Monterrey, with roles as a soloist and principal in classical, neoclassical and contemporary ballets such as The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Tarantella, Giselle, Majísimo, Corsaire, Allegro Brillante, and others.  In 1995, Yanez left  BDM to live in Costa Rica, where her career began as a teacher of classical ballet to professional dancers of Danza Universitaria and Danza Abierta at the University of Costa Rica, National Dance Company, Conservatorio and Taller Nacional de Danza (TND), Los denmedium, Jazzgoba Dance Company and Estudio Danza Libre, where she also received national and international awards of Best Dancer and Best Choreography.  She has choreographed classical and contemporary ballet styles for international competitions in New York and Orlando, winning several places in Gold, Silver and Bronze.