Born in Lowestoft, Diana Moore pursued her musical studies at the University of Birmingham and the Royal Academy of Music and is now widely acclaimed for her “emotional depth” (The Guardian), “thrilling” technical bravura (Gramophone) and “rich, evocative sound” (San Francisco Chronicle).

On the concert stage, Diana Moore has appeared at the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), the Tonhalle (Zurich), the Barbican Centre, the Kultur Kongresscentrum Luzern, Lincoln Centre (New York) and the Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Proms, working with leading orchestras including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Camerata Salzburg, City of Birmingham Symphony, Philharmonia Baroque, Northern Sinfonia and BBC Philharmonic. Her recent recording of Parnasso in Festa with Matthew Halls and The King’s Consort was awarded the Stanley Sadie International Handel Recording Prize.

Recent opera appearances include the title role in Rinaldo at the National Theatre Prague, Opera de Versailles, Göttingen International Handel Festival and Flanders Opera; Sesto (Giulio Cesare) at Göttingen with Nicholas McGegan, and Medoro (Orlando) in Stockholm, San Francisco, New York, and the Tanglewood and Ravinia Festivals.

Future plans include Handel’s Messiah with The King’s Consort in Versailles, “Feminine Charms”- a programme exploring English female composers of the last 200 years, Mendelssohn’s Paulus at the Gewandhaus, Leipzig, Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde at Tewkesbury Abbey, as well as performances throughout 2012 of her critically acclaimed “A Celebration of Kathleen Ferrier - her life, music & letters”, at venues including the SAGE, Bridgewater Hall and Perth International Festival of the Arts.

 

 

 

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