D.M. (IU JSoM, USA), MMus (RNCM, UK), BMus (Melb), BComm (Melb)
Diana Wuli is an Australian cellist, educator, and entrepreneur. Her international career as contemporary artist spans across the UK, USA, Asia, and New Zealand. She has performed with Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, New Zealand Opera and Ballet Orchestra, and International Chamber Orchestra of Puerto Rico.
A Melburnian at heart, Diana holds a Double Degree in Music and Commerce from the University of Melbourne (AUS), Master of Music at the Royal Northern College of Music (UK), and then journeyed onto the USA to pursue her Doctor of Music from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She has been the recipient of numerous prestigious prizes and awards, including the Donovan Johnson Travelling Scholarship, Thornton Foundation Award (UK), Eva Heinitz Cello Award (USA), and Janos Starker Scholar (USA).
A passionate educator, Diana is currently on faculty at Vincennes University (USA) as Adjunct Professor in Applied Strings and Director of VU String Ensemble. She is also actively involved in creating and collaborating in music projects with the mission of bringing music and music education into underserved communities around the globe. Diana is the Founder and Director of the Melbourne String Academy (MSA), and Artistic Director of Virtual Cello Camp 2020 (VCC2020).
Diana was the Co-Curator of the VMTA String Webinar Series 2020 and is thrilled to be working on the VMTA Board to support, facilitate, and promote high standards of teaching, both nationally and internationally.