Diana Miles Huntoon


Diana received her Bachelor of Music
 Degree in Education from Millikin
 University and her Master of Music Degree
 in Vocal Performance from Bowling Green
 State University. She is also a Level III
 Certified Teacher of Somatic Voice™, The LoVetri Method.

Diana has performed with numerous professional opera and musical theatre organizations including The Ohio Light Opera, Toledo Opera, and The Black Swamp Players, as well as The Indianapolis Symphony, The Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and Indiana Opera House. Some of her favorite roles include Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutté, Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus, Desirée Armfeldt in A Little Night Music, and Maria in The Sound of Music.

Diana also counts Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Handel’s The Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, and Mozart’s Requiem in her repertoire. Diana is also a studio singer at Aire Born Studios in Indianapolis where she records choral arrangements and compositions for music publishing companies including Beckenhorst Press, Hal Leonard and Boosey and Hawkes. She can he heard on the newly recorded Requiem, by Mark Hayes and The Music of Living by Dan Forrest. She performed as guest artist on die concert series at The Cathedral of St. Mary in Freiberg, Germany with organist Dr. Ted Gibboney. Diana is also the former Music Director of Faith Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis and the interim Director of Music of First Baptist Church of Indianapolis. She is currently on staff at Anderson University as adjunct instructor of voice as well as soprano soloist at First Baptist Church of  Indianapolis. She and her husband, John, reside in Cicero with their son, Isaac.

M.M., Bowling Green State University