About Dianna White-Gould in brief
Dianna White-Gould, piano, was born into a musical family. She began her musical studies early with Suzuki violin and piano, playing in the school orchestra and taking piano lessons. She holds a degree in Piano Performance from Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, and a Master of Music in Piano from Cleveland State University.
Dianna has performed as a piano soloist with Cleveland area orchestras and chamber groups since 1992, and has toured Germany and France performing solo repertoire and chamber music. Ms. White-Gould frequently performs compositions by African-American composers, including those of her mother, Dolores White. She has performed throughout the Midwest, and recently at the Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC. Currently she directs the choral program at Dike School of the Arts where her students have performed at Carnegie Hall.