Diane Cluck is a singer-songwriter who describes her work as 'intuitive folk music'. She studied classical piano at the Pennsylvania Academy of Music, graduated with a BFA in Theater Performance from Hofstra University, and honed her songwriting skills in New York City's downtown music scene. Diane tours internationally and has been featured in NPR's First Listen and Tiny Desk Concert series. She’s released seven albums to date and her songs have appeared in film and television. In 2017 she began leading singing workshops across the US and UK. In 2018 Diane was a songwriting instructor for UVA's Young Writers Workshop. She’s enthusiastic about connecting people with the natural joy of singing.