Verena von Strenge
Verena von Strenge (born 27 July 1975) is a dancer and singer.
Verena's love for dance started when she was very young. At the age of five, she was taught classical dance by her grandmother who was a former ballerina. However, Verena had to give up her plans of being a professional dancer due to knee problems.
Career with Dune
She started her career with the group Dune being the dancer during performances. This was when Dune consisted of Oliver Froning, Jens Oettrich and Bernd Burhoff. It was this job that led her to become the group's lead vocalist.
After four albums with Dune (Dune, Expedicion, Live! and Forever), Verena decided to leave in 1997 to become a solo singer. She published three singles: Finally Alone, Heartbeat and Part Of Your World. But the planned solo career didn´t run as she hoped. In 1999, Verena rejoined Dune and at the end of 1999 the single Dark Side Of The Moon was released.
In 2003, Verena started a new solo career, but the planned single never reached stores.
Since 2007, Verena is in stores back again, under the project Moon Dust. Her actual single, a cover from Robbie Williams, currently going to start.
In 2009, Verena concluded her study successfully, she still lives in Berlin and since 2011 she works at Plista GmbH. In 2012, Verena married and is now called Verena Adam von Strenge.
- 1997 Finally Alone
- 1998 Heartbeat
- 1998 Part Of Your World
- 1998 Sky (Follow Me) (never released)
- 2002 Rain & Tears
- 2007 Angels