Diane Lane

Diane Lane

B.Mus., M.Mus.

Strings Faculty

 Born in Claresholm Alberta, Diane began her violin studies in  Lethbridge before attending the Mount Royal Conservatory in  Calgary. Diane graduated from McGill University with her Bachelor of  Music degree under the tutelage of Yehonatan Berick. She continued  her studies with Edmond Agopian at the University of Calgary and  graduated with a Master’s degree in violin performance. 

Diane is a founding member of Calgary’s Lily String Quartet. The  quartet has performed across Canada, participated in seminars in  North America and has released several cross-genre CD’s. Diane  has 20 plus years of teaching and coaching experience from Mount  Royal Conservatory and Amici String Program. Diane is a highly  sought-after orchestral and chamber performer, performing with  various ensembles in and around Calgary. She is currently the  Assistant Concertmaster of the Red Deer Symphony Orchestra, a  member of Kensington Sinfonia and also performs regularly with two  baroque ensembles, String Theory Music Collective and Rosa  Barocca. Diane has adjudicated at numerous music festivals  throughout Alberta and British Columbia.

Private Lesson Rate: $84.50 per hour.