Adina Diehl, soprano, received her M.M. from the University of North Florida and B.S. from Florida State University. Following graduation, she joined the voice faculty at UNF School of Music in 2017 where she teaches Applied Voice and Opera. This year Adina is excited to be UNF Opera’s Director and Visiting Professor. Adina made her international directorial debut summer 2019 with UNF Opera and the European Music Academy’s performances of The Magic Flute. Recent directing and stage managing experience includes Seymour Barab’s Little Red Riding Hood, Mozart Scenes with the Jacksonville Symphony, W.A. Mozart’s Don Giovanni with the Jacksonville Symphony, Gioacomo Puccini’s La Bohéme, and W.A. Mozart’s The Magic Flute. She is looking forward to directing Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado this 2019/2020 year with UNF Opera. As a performer, Adina has performed principle roles with UNF Opera and the European Music Academy in the Czech Republic: The Marriage of Figaro (Susanna), The Magic Flute (Pamina), and Street Scene (Anna Maurrant). Adina has performed as a soloist in oratorio concerts, stared in numerous musical theatre productions globally including Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Why Do Fools Fall in Love? (Sally), 101 Dalmatians (Cruella de Vil), and Quilters (Jenny). Adina is an active member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.