Brazilian, born in São Paulo, Vanessa Storck, aka “Van Storck ,” dedicates her life to music for 15 years as a DJ.
In her first year as a DJ she participated in a competition, of which she was the winner, and secured her place in the casting of one of the largest agencies of artists in Brazil, at the time Plus Talent, where she remained for 8 years.
In her country, Van Storck performed from North to South, playing in all the main clubs, among them: D-EDGE (São Paulo/SP,) Green Valley (Balneário Camboriú/SC,) Cafe De La Musique (São Paulo/SP,) Privilege (Juiz de Fora/MG e Buzius/RJ,) D Haus Club (Campinas/SP,) and Pink Elephant (São Paulo/SP.)
With a solid national career, the artist has expanded her performances to foreign solos and has been on tour in 6 countries, among them: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Mexico, Portugal and USA.
In her longest tour (40 days in Portugal,) the DJ played in more than 18 Lusitanian clubs.
And, during this trajectory as a headliner, she shared a stage with many starred artists such as: Alesso, Paul Oakenfold (back to back,) Sultan, Paul Harris, Tim Healey, Fragma, Skazi, Sesto Sento, Astrix, Sandra Collins, Miss Nine, Nervo, Chuckie Chris Lake, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Gui Boratto, and Felguk.
Versatility, charisma, and impeccable technique are the main qualities that stand out in her presentations, which work both in the mainstream and in the underground.
With delicate features and strong expressions, Van Storck contaminates the dance floor with sets that go through House Music and its strands.
Between 2015 and 2018 Van lived in Los Angeles, California. During this time her main focus was in studying music (music theory, music production and keyboard) at M.I. (Musician Institute) – considered one of the best music schools in the world!
As she does in her performances as a DJ, as a producer her musical genre is House and she usually ventures in between the most serious and conceptual compositions to the most relaxed and dancing vibes.
“There is no rule when it comes to art…;” that’s what she believes.