A Warm Welcome to RESEO’s Latest Members!

11 October, 2018

Darren Abrahams (UK)

Darren is coach, therapist, trainer and edupreneur, creating new models for social change based around education, culture and personal development. He attended RESEO’s Spring Conference in Bern as a speaker and workshop leader and subsequently decided to become a member! Watch our interview with Darren here.



Scottish Opera (UK)

Scotland’s national opera company and the largest performing arts organisation in Scotland. Europe’s longest established opera education department, Scottish Opera produces an average of 17 programmes per season engaging with approximately 40,000 children, young people and adults of all ages.



University of Memphis (USA)

The College of Communication and Fine Arts at the University of Memphis maintains a wide network of partners in the arts and cultural industries, and offers a range of innovative initiatives in collaboration with our local school districts, arts organizations, and other partners in the non-profit and creative industries sector.



PopUp Opera (UK)

An ambitious touring opera company, passionate about the unique interplay between music and drama that opera presents. PopUp Opera challenge conventions and break down the barrier between performers and audiences, while maintaining exceptionally high musical standards. Read our interview with PopUp Opera here!



Krysztina Winkel (UK, Germany)

Following four years in the education department at Deutsche Oper am Rhein (DE), where she focused on inclusion and diversity, and an international experience in Zambia, Krysztina now freelances in theatre education in Germany and the UK. She is currently studying Arts, Enterprise and Development as a Master’s student at the University of Warwick (UK) while continuing to work on community outreach projects.

Find out more about Krysztina’s work in Zambia on her YouTube channel.


Alessandra Di Clemente (Italy)

Alessandra is Director of Alpi in Scena, an umbrella organisation  of 45 other associations in North of Italy. She has managed various projects aimed at developing new audiences for the Teatro Sociale di Sondrio and collaborated with the Municipality of Sondrio to develop events for teenagers and young adults. She is also a coordinator for the educational programme of the Sondrio Festival.


Young Dance Festival (Switzerland)

The Young Dance Festival marks a significant step forward for children’s performing arts in Switzerland. Not only does it offer children the opportunity to engage with the highest quality dance from around Europe, but also it provides a platform for artists, researchers, promoters, pedagogues and the public to exchange ideas and share practice.



Xoga (UK)

A platform for artists to produce new & rarely performed works and to forge a Galician musical theatre identity, promoting female talent and uniting audiences from different backgrounds and generations.




Associació música i joves (Spain)

The Association Música i Joves / Euroclàssics was founded in 1993 in Palma and organizes events and promotes artists for more than 20 years. The most significant event is the organizing of the Classical Winter Music Festival (with 21 editions) with a classical music program of quality.



ARCI (France)

ARCI’s mission is to make ballet, theatre and opera accessible to a large audience. ARCI engages in the promotion, co-production and organisation of live performances and cross-sectorial educational and cultural events throughout Europe. ARCI also delivers creative workshops, masterclasses and meetings with dancers, musicians and actors.



Michela Stefanelli (Sweden)

Michela Stefanelli is based in Stockholm (Sweden). She holds a Master’s degree in Performing Arts Management from La Scala Theater in Milan and wrote her dissertation on “Ideation, Development and Management of an Educative Project For Opera”. She has a strong interest in the transmission of cultural heritage and how to bring children and art together.