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has toured extensively as a solo performer and chamber musician
throughout the eastern U.S. and in England, France, Austria,
Switzerland, Holland and Germany. After a concert in France last year,
a critic wrote that "Diana Fanning captivated her listeners, expressing
diverse atmospheres and nuances through the beauty of her colorful
Ms. Fanning has performed on numerous occasions
as concerto soloist with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and was
featured as soloist in a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.
3 in the debut concert of the Champlain Philharmonic Orchestra.
Vermont Public Television featured her in a program of works by
Scarlatti, Ravel and Chopin. Radio audiences hear her frequently
over Vermont Public Radio, and she has also performed live on “Morning
Pro Musica” (WGBH-FM) Boston and on WNYC, New York City.
Fanning has been a guest artist with the Takacs, Jupiter and Alexander
String Quartets, and with ensembles from Point Counter Point Music
Camp, which she owned and directed for ten years with her husband Emory
Fanning. With cellist Dieuwke Davydov, she has undertaken six
concert tours in Europe which included recordings for Radio
Netherlands, and has been presented in a Carnegie Recital Hall debut by
the Concert Artists Guild International Competition.
CD of works by Janáček, Chopin, and Debussy received enthusiastic
reviews in England and the U.S. She is an Affiliate Artist at
Middlebury College in Vermont. Her principal teacher has been
Ruth Geiger of New York City; she also studied with Marcelle Heuclin at
the Paris Conservatory. This is her second appearance on the
present concert series.
Please visit her website at http://community.middlebury.edu/~fanning/