Diane AthertonBritish native, Diane Atherton has garnered attention for her "silvery and winsome" performance (Washington Post). Her "rich and ringing tone" and "magical singing" truly position her as one of the most exciting sopranos in this region.  

As well as singing in the prestigious Kennedy Center in Washington DC, Chicago's Symphony Center, Diane has sung in every major concert hall in the British Isles, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and has toured extensively throughout Europe, recorded for TV and radio as well as many of the major record labels including EMI and Naxos.  Her vocal dexterity and flexibility illustrated by the wide variety of repertoire she has sung. 

Performances in the USA include the role of Angelo in Handel's La Resurrezione and Handel’s Messiah with Baroque Band in Chicago. Lola, in Douglas Moore's Gallantry with Forgotten Opera; Bruckner’s Te Deum and a Rodger's and Hammerstein Gala with Norman Scribner at the Kennedy Center; Carmina Burana with Reilly Lewis at Washington National Cathedral and Mozart’s Exultate Jubilate with Mike McCarthy;  the US premier of Kleiburg's Requiem Mass at Washington National Cathedral; Bachianas Brasileiras at National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C.