Our Partners

Learn about our partnerships, with each of these organizations!

Resonanz Opera

Resonanz Opera is a theatrical arts and training company located in Mentor, Ohio. Dedicated to vocal study and performance at the highest levels, Resonanz provides intensive training programs that culminate in performance opportunities for early and pre-professional singers in training. Resonanz also brings professional vocalists, instructors, coaches, musicians, conductors, and directors to join them in local vocalist concert performances. Talented entry level high school students and emerging professionals have all come together to study under and perform alongside established professionals, all on one stage, in a supportive, culturally diverse, non-competitive atmosphere of positive enrichment.

The Center For Rock Research

The Center For Rock Research is a recording studio and multimedia production service in downtown Cleveland, and is home of Rock Research Records. The Center offers a well-equipped full-service audio and video recording environment, streaming, and live production services, in addition to publishing and promotion services. The Center also has a comprehensive inventory of equipment available for recording and rental. Resonanz Opera and Skokstudio are currently working together to soon deliver online vocal training programs and live streamed performances in collaboration with the Center.

For more information contact the Center at info@centerforrockresearch.com.

In Fine Leather

In Fine Leather is a mezzo-soprano singing duo, produced and sponsored by Resonanz Opera in collaboration with the efforts of Skokstudio LLC as an initiative of the ROSALIA Program for All Vocalists. The Duo was formed as unique teacher-student project that presents beautiful classical duets with a fusion across genres, without regard to age limits, experience level or physical expectations. Music, like love, has no conditions – only talent and drive.

Contact them at inFineLeather@gmail.com for booking information.

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