Diane Walters, described as a “clear, beautifully colored soprano” by the Broad Street Review in Philadelphia and “sweetly endearing” by Music in Cincinnati, is an artist based in Brownsville, Texas. A specialist in collaborative music, Diane has sung with ensembles across the country and in Europe including the Grammy award-winning ensemble, The Crossing, Cincinnati’s Vocal Arts Ensemble, Red Shift, Charleston’s Taylor Festival Choir, Weimar Bach Cantata Academy, Chorosynthesis, Oregon Bach Festival, Schola Cincinnati, Dallas Choral Festival, and Junges Stuttgart Bach Ensemble of the International Bachakademie Stuttgart. Diane apprenticed for two summers with Berkshire Choral International and returned as faculty for the 2018 summer season. She received a Bachelor of Music from Capital University Conservatory of Music, and a Master of Music and a Professional Studies Diploma from the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University. When not singing, Diane spends her free time tangled up in a knitting project or baking pastries.