Performing works by Vivaldi, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, and Adam Eason.
Dianne Davies received a BA in music from Lewis and Clark College with piano emphasis and K-12 music education certification. Since then, Dianne has taught public and private school music and Currently focuses on her family, private piano studio and performing. As a performer, she is committed to changing the face of Classical Music. Half of her time is spent on new music by living local composers.
In February of 2016, she created her own show titled Attachments & Detachments Tragedy to Triumph combining the music of Cascadia Composers with dance, live art and theatre to tell her own transparent story. She is a member of Cascadia Composers and had her first piano compositions played this year at PSU in the “In Good Hands” concert that connects living composers with young music students.
Adam Eason graduated from Southern Methodist University with a BA in Music in 2008. He spent the years afterwards teaching private lessons across the Dallas area, as well as freelancing in bands and orchestras. In addition, he performed and composed for Open Classical, a group which brings classical music to a variety on non-traditional venues in Dallas-Ft. Worth. He taught at the Rockwall School of Music from 2010-2017 before moving to Portland in 2017. He has since been setting up a new teaching studio, as well as performing with Classical Revolution PDX. Most recently, Adam was featured as a composer and performer at the 2018 Oregon Bach Festival Composer’s Symposium.