Meet the Artists
Pianist Diane Huling has performed as a soloist, chamber player and Art Song accompanist throughout North America, South America and Europe. The New York Times has hailed her playing as “crystalline” and she is considered one of the best pianists in Vermont. In addition to her performance career, she has given time to conducting, teaching and composing. Conducting includes collaborations with Vermont Opera Theater, Montpelier Combined Choir, Johnson State College Choir (as sabbatical replacement) and the Montpelier Chamber Orchestra, for which she was the founding Artistic Director as well. Her compositions have included music for chamber orchestra, brass quartet and choir, and voice and piano, and has been premiered by several Vermont ensembles. She received her performance degrees in piano from the Eastman School of Music, with post graduate work at the Westminster Choir College. She lives in Cabot, Vermont.