Diane Meredith Belcher
Diane Meredith Belcher is an internationally renowned, multi-faceted classical musician whose virtuoso performances have been described by American Record Guide as “glowingly brilliant, rhythmically vibrant, and consistently expressive.” She has garnered widespread acclaim since her solo recital debut at age 15, performing throughout the U.S., in Europe, and in Canada, including appearances at Disney Hall, Grace Cathedral, Verizon Hall, Benaroya Hall, Woolsey Hall, and the Oregon Bach Festival. Her orchestral appearances are numerous, and she has presented duo-recitals with such artists as Los Angeles Philharmonic's trumpeter Rob Roy McGregor. Among her solo recordings is the premiere of the Claremont Glatter-Götz/Rosales organ, and a 2023 release of organ & trombone music with New York Philharmonic's Joseph Alessi. She has served at such institutions as Holy Trinity/Bach Vespers (New York), Dartmouth College, Saint Mark’s (Philadelphia), and Westminster Choir College. Ms. Belcher resides in New Hampshire where she bases her career of performing, teaching, composing, and writing, and is represented in North America by Karen McFarlane Artists.