Vocal Coach, Mentor, Songwriter, and Producer
Postell attended Berklee College of Music in Boston prior to moving to Los Angeles. Diane returned to the East Coast to complete her formal education at New York University where she received a BA in music performance.
Diane formed the Diane Postell Band and toured the mid-Atlantic region performing a mixture of blues, rock, rnb, soul, gospel and jazz. Hoping to reach a larger audience, Diane wrote, arranged, and produced her solo debut, "What I Got To Say".
She studied the intricacies of the industry and formed Postell Productions. The company started with an emphasis on empowering and presenting musicians in concert.
Diane Postell is a member of BMI. Postell was inducted into the Maryland Entertainment Hall of Fame on December 11, 2016.
She truly believes that music’s healing power can transform perspectives, emotions and lives.
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What People Are Saying About Diane
"Diane has a gift of seeing the obstacles blocking the inner artist from bursting forth; helping each student to blossom to their fullest potential"
"Diane is more than just a vocal instructor to me; she's my mentor, support system, and biggest fan"
"I credit all that I am as a musician and a songwriter to this woman; I am so lucky to have worked with her"
"Diane understands the demands and stresses that a pro singer encounters and she taught me exercises that I've applied time and time again."
"Diane followed the “bel canto” method and stressed the importance of protecting the voice through proper breathing and use of the chest, mixed, and head voices."
Carol E. R. Collins, Ph.D