Dianne lives in Pueblo West Colorado where she performs with the Pueblo Symphony Orchestra and a local jazz and classical group Camarada 320. She also teaches private cello lessons.
Dianne is an accomplished cellist with a music degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Her musical experience spans over 35 years' playing classical cello with trained conservatory musicians in well-attended symphonic halls. Over the years she has also expanded her musical style ranging from folk to modern and jazz improvisation. She plays a 5-string Jensen electric cello with a loop-station.
During high school she attended Interlochen Arts Academy where she had the honors of participating in a master class with cellist Nathaniel Rosen as well as performing a live radio broadcast of the Saint Saens Cello Concerto.
She began her college studies at the University of Southern California School of Music, studying with Gabor Rejto and Eleanor Schoenfeld then completed her Bachelor's of Art degree in Music at the University of California, Berkeley.
Dianne has performed at numerous special events over the years. Whether it's a wedding, anniversary, or corporate event, live music can't be beat for creating a special atmosphere. Through Ambience by Camarada 320 you can learn more about her classical and jazz wedding music services.
She has been teaching and coaching beginners, amateurs and professional of all ages. Dianne's style of teaching can assist you in achieving your musical goals.