Dianna Morgan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Southern Oregon University with a BA in Music focusing on Vocal Performance and Music Education. She is the recipient of the Bev Sellers Memorial Scholarship from The Young Singers Foundation and was recognized as Performing Arts Woman Student of the Year by the American Association of University Women in 2013. Dianna made her Carnegie Hall debut after winning First Place, Judges Distinction Award and Best Performance Award in the 2012 American Protégé Vocal Competition. She has toured the world as a soprano soloist in Puerto Rico, Austria, and Hungary and has appeared in several operas with Rogue Opera and Cinnabar Theater. Dianna has also been featured with the Santa Rosa Symphony in concert and in their educational programs. Dianna is an active member of Sonoma Bach's musical community, singing with the Bach Choir, Circa 1600, and the Sonoma Bach Consort.