Diane Heath maintains an energetic studio of piano and organ students in Northwest Washington, D.C., with students ranging in age from seven through senior citizen. Additionally, she serves as half-time Assistant Director of Music and Organist at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church, where her responsibilities include directing the St. Columba Boy Choir. She is the 2016 - 2018 coordinator of the Potomac Organ Institute.
Diane has served on the music faculty of several Washington, DC, independent schools, including National Cathedral School, St. Alban's School, The Maret School and Sheridan School. In 2005 she created "J. S. Bach and His Awesome Organ Music," a fun and educational concert for young people and their families.
Ms. Heath earned the Bachelor of Music Degree in Liturgical Music from Hartt School of Music and Master of Music Degree in Organ Performance and Choral Conducting from Indiana University. She also holds a diploma in Piano Pedagogy from The Levine School of Music. Her organ teachers were David Almond, Edward Clark, Larry Smith, and Donald Sutherland. Piano study was with Alexander Farkas and Jeffrey Chappell.