About Diana Cummings
Diana Cummings, a native of New York, received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tampa with a concentration in Piano Studies under the direction of Piano Professor Emeritus, Dr. Judith Edberg, as well as International Concert Pianist Dr. Grigorios Zamparas. Upon graduating, Diana lived in Tampa for three years where she managed her piano studio of 30 students, ages 5-17. She also taught music for the preschool thru first grade at St. John's, Episcopal Parish Day School. During her time in Tampa, Diana also served as an accompanist for solo and ensemble festivals with public schools throughout Hillsborough County. She soon realized that she had a true passion for teaching children of all ages, but had a special place in her heart for the younger ones. She truly has a natural gift for working with children.
In 2010, Diana decided to move to Miami where she worked on her Master of Music in Music Education with a concentration in Elementary Music at the University of Miami. She graduated Fall, 2012. Since her move to Miami, she has continued teaching piano and working in the Miami-Dade schools as a general music teacher, teaching grade K-12. She is also an active member of FMEA (Florida Music Educators Association) as well as FVA (Florida Vocal Association). She is also certified in the Musikgarten method to teach "The Cycle of Seasons" under the tutelage of Lailani Miranda out of Houston, Texas.