Therese Renick, born in St. Louis (USA), vocal studies in the USA and in Vienna with KS. Hilde Zadek, draws upon a long and successful career as an opera- and concert singer, as a voice teacher, and as a management consultant. Her singing career spanned a period of over 25 years as a dramatic mezzo-soprano in numerous European opera houses, including Munich, Vienna, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Mannheim, and Essen, and she also appeared at the Salzburg and Bregenz Festivals. She sang all of the important roles of her Fach and is especially known for her interpretations of the major Verdi-Mezzo-roles.
Before starting her own Opern- und Konzertagentur in the summer of 2008, Therese Renick was a consultant at the Opernagentur Inge Tennigkeit, where she not only collaborated with numerous theatres, but also dealt with the many concerns of young singers.
Because of her vast stage experience, her knowledge in management, and her teaching skills, Therese Renick is regularly invited to speak at seminars in Musikhochschulen and universities in Germany and abroad, among others in Leipzig, Munich, Saarbrücken, Hannover, and Hamburg, as well as the German Vocal Arts Institute in Seattle. In addition, she lectures at major international conventions, including the Eurovox-Kongress in Vienna and the Gesangswissenschaftliche Tagungen in Vienna, at the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Paris and at the 15. Wiener Gesangswissenschaftliche Tagung, theme of which was „Kunstgesang: Sprung in die Karriere". At the annual Congress of the BDG in Essen she presented her lecture "Operngesang: Wunderland im Stresszustand".
Additionally, Therese Renick was one of the featured speakers at the annual conference of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) in Orlando, Florida. Her theme: „The European and US Agency Systems - Finding your Agent.“ She has served numerous times on the jury for the „AIMS-Meistersinger-Gesangswettbewerb" in Graz/Austria, as well as the Mozart-Competition of the Absalom-Stiftung in Hamburg.