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Diane Radabaugh (Mezzo-soprano)

Born: Los Angeles California, USA

The American mezzo-soprano, Diane Radabaugh, grew up in Rochester New York, earned her Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance at California State University in Long Beach, and moved to the Seattle area with her family in 1989.

Diane Radabaugh made her 2000 Tacoma Opera debut as Maddalena in Verdiís Rigoletto and performed Marthe in Charles Gounodís Faust in their March 2009 production. Locally she has appeared as a soloist with: the Northwest Mahler Festival Orchestra, Northwest Symphony Orchestra, Cascade Symphony, Philharmonia Northwest, Bainbridge Chorale, Everett Chorale, and Northwest Chorale. Her Gilbert and Sullivan roles include Katisha (The Mikado), Ruth (Pirates of Penzance), and Buttercup (HMS Pinafore) with the Skagit Opera, The Peccadillo Players, The Northwest Savoyards, and the New Savoy Opera.

Diane Radabaugh has been a regular member of the Seattle Opera Chorus since 1993, and is the alto soloist and section leader at St. Stephenís Episcopal Church Seattle, where she has been a solo performer in the Music at Saint Stephenís Concert Series, and the Evensong Bach Cantata Series.

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