Colorado, at last!

April 5, 2024

Diana at Red Rocks Concert Hall

In late March, I finally got the opportunity to travel to Denver to sing with the fabulous Colorado Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Peter Oundjian.

Back to my roots

March 8, 2022

Snape Maltings Concert Hall

I'm so looking forward to singing at Snape Maltings Concert Hall on 23 April - place of my first major musical experiences with Suffolk Youth Orchestra and Suffolk Jubilee Choir, the experiences that inspired me to choose music as a career, but also, the venue for some of the performances that have shaped my career.

PBO JAMOnline broadcast - Biblical Heroes and Villains Part One

March 23, 2021

Tune in for the live broadcast of Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra's latest poscast in this series, hosted by Richard Egarr. I'll be contributing 2 arias from Handel's Joseph & his Brethren, recorded in myhome, beautifully accompanied remotely by Laurence Cummings. The podcast will be broadcast live at 11am Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday 25 March and afterwards, be available to watch on YouTube.  Click here to register to view

Revisiting 'Joseph' for JAMOnline

March 8, 2021

I'm looking forward to revisiting two arias from Handel's 'Joseph and his Brethren' as part of Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra's Jews and Music Online series. I performed and recorded the title role with the orchestra, conducted by Nicholas McGegan, back in 2017, so I'm delighted to have the opportunity to return to it with fresh eyes and voice! More details to follow shortly.

Release of Stephen Dodgson opera on CD - Margaret Catchpole

February 14, 2021

Recorded in August 2019 at Snape Maltings, this disc celebrating Stephen's Dodgson's Suffolk-themed opera, Margaret Catchpole - Two worlds apart has just been released on the Naxos label. As a Suffolk girl myself, the exploration of this legend has actually enhanced my appreciation of my home county, especially when looking at the Cobbold family's life in Ipswich, where I was born. I play Mrs Cobbold, Margaret's loyal and long-suffering employer. We had a lot of fun working on this project, which I hope can be heard in this debut recording. Click here to visit Amazon.

As Holofernes, Diana Moore combined military grandeur and suave seductiveness into a superb portrait of a warrior at play on the fields of love.

Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle

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