Steven Kvernstoen has more than 25 years of experience in acoustics. Steve has degrees in music and architecture, complementing his training in architectural acoustics. He has been collaborated on more than 100 performance spaces, as well as numerous churches, commercial buildings, and other spaces. Steve works with room acoustics and sound isolation issues as well as with mechanical noise and community noise. His particular interest is in helping musicians and speakers engage their audiences through acoustically appropriate spaces. Steve’s aim is to achieve spaces that respond to the performance and budget needs of the client. Evenings and weekends will find him playing his cello or guitar in chamber ensembles.
Sari Rönnholm, DMA
Sari has worked in architectural acoustics since 1999. She has acted as acoustical consultant for a wide range of projects including arts, educational, government, and corporate buildings. Sari’s wide experience as a musician/conductor has given her a unique understanding of acoustical requirements for rehearsal and performance spaces. Her particular interests include not only the perception of the audience, but also that of the performers. She has advanced degrees in church music (M.M., Sibelius-Academy, Helsinki, Finland) and orchestral conducting (D.M.A. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.)