Diana Searle is a freelance clarinetist and teacher currently living in State College, Pennsylvania. Ms. Searle has performed with The Boston Philharmonic, The New England Philharmonic, The Union Symphony, Boston Opera Collaborative, Unitas Ensemble, Boston Young Composer's Ensemble and Equilibrium. She has soloed with The Union Symphony as a Young Artist Competition winner in 2008 playing the Mozart Clarinet Concerto and in 2015, she placed in the Young Artist Competitions for both The Brookline Symphony and The Philharmonic Society of Arlington. She has also performed L'Historie du Soldat at the Rockport Chamber Music Festival in 2014. Ms. Searle recently graduated with her Masters in Music from The New England Conservatory studying with renown soloist Richard Stoltzman. Some of her other teachers include Michael Norsworthy, John Sadak and David Allen.