In the fashion of her beloved teacher Rose Bampton, as well as the memorable singers Astrid Varnay, Grace Bumbry, and Shirley Verrett; Ms. Diamond enjoys portraying roles in both the soprano and mezzo categories. Her beautiful voice, dynamic stage presence and sense of drama have taken her to operatic engagements around the globe. Some of her performances include: The title role in Ponchielli’s La Gioconda in Hanover, PA, The High Priestess in Verdi's Aida in Doha, Qatar, Siegrüne from Wagner's Die Walkure in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Meg Page in Verdi's Falstaff in Aspen, CO, Mimi as well as Musetta from Puccini's La Boheme in St. Petersburg, FL, and Cherubino from Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro with The Rome Festival in Italy. She has also performed cameo roles in Puccini’s Suor Angelica with Garden State Opera, and in Strauss’ operas Elektra and Salome with One World Symphony in New York. Upcoming engagements include the god of dreams in Williamsburg Opera Workshop’s production of Purcell’s The Indian Queen with the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey.

In concert, she has sung the alto solo in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Sarajevo Philharmonic and Symphonic Orchestra of Milan, as well as the alto solos with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic in C.P.E. Bach's Magnificat and Haydn's Theresianmesse. Ms. Diamond has been featured in recitals at venues such as the Besirksmuseum Döbling in Vienna, Austria, the Congress hall in Val D’Isere, France and shortly, she will perform at Weill in Carnegie Hall in New York. She was also featured as a soloist with the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra in Japan and has sung for Pope John Paul II at St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Ms. Diamond, a native New Yorker and Juilliard graduate, has performed in the Evening of Chamber Music Series in Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. She has had the fortune of presenting several American premieres of contemporary works. A recording of the cycle Songs Based on Native American Wisdom, composed especially for her voice, is available on Amazon.com. Ms. Diamond has collaborated with the distinguished conductors Julius Rudel, John Fiore, Leon Botstein, and James Conlon. A versatile singer with a strong emphasis on acting based on the Stanislavsky method, she ventures into operatic roles according to the character's circumstances and temperament.

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