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Diana Buckholz is a dedicated musician teaching private lessons online and in the Dallas area.
Texas Woman's University
Bachelor of Music
Summa Cum Laude
University of Michigan
Bachelor of Arts
Political Science
Diana Buckholz
Piano, Voice

Diana Buckholz, B.A., University of Michigan, former Treasurer of Carrollton Music Teachers Association, MTNA, & TMTA Member, fine tuned her natural musical talents during her studies at one of the most prestigious arts schools in the United States, Interlochen Arts Academy. While there, she also studied various other genres, such as poetry and dance. A person of many interests, she is still just a regular gal with activities outside of music devoted to her pets, yoga, domestic duties, and spending time with family.

Diana has experience acting in theatrical and musical productions, as well as commercial voice-over work. Her start was early as she has a long history of competitions and Detroit Metro area show choir performances, in the Seaway Chorale for Voices of the Young and Youth Sings, from the elementary to high school years. She competed in Solo and Ensemble Music Festivals, where she won first place medals in Voice and Symphonic Band Performance. Her Instrumental Ensemble competition experience was gained through her past Marching Band and Symphony performances with the Trombone. Her most recent endeavors include solo performances sponsored by Voces Intimae and preparation for an upcoming Choir Performance at the Lincoln Center (NYC) in April.

Her success as a teacher can be attributed to the example and inspiration of her teachers. Diana's past vocal instructors include Jeffrey Norris, of Interlochen and Elaine Rugila, a graduate of The Oberlin Conservatory. Her past choral instructors include Director David M. Ward, of the Seaway Chorale, and former Director Matthew Hazelwood, of Interlochen. Her past instrumental instructors include Dr. Michael Coonrod, of Interlochen, Mrs. Emilie La Roux of St. Mary's Catholic Central, Olga Tcherniak, of St. Clair County, and the Director Robert McMillan, of Woodhaven High and Brownstown Middle Schools. Diana continues to study and is growing musically under the direction of Texas Woman's University Professor Debbie Campanaro, M.A. in Piano Pedagogy, and under Texas Woman's University Professor Beverly Hoch, M.M. in Vocal Performance. Currently, she also sings in the Texas Woman's University Concert Choir and Chamber Singers under the direction of Dr. Joni Jensen.

The success of her students is owed to their involvement in group ensembles as well as solo recitals, locally sponsored music teacher association festivals, supportive parents, and the practical feedback of their teacher.

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