Mrs. Diana Borgia-Petro
- Master of Music Education, Temple University
- Bachelor of Music Education, Temple University
- Bachelor of Music, Voice Performance, Temple University
Mrs. Diana Borgia-Petro holds degrees from Temple University in voice performance and music education (B.Mus., B.Mus. in Music Education, and M.M. in Music Education). She is a trained vocal pedagogue, having studied extensively in pedagogy and vocal performance with a former faculty member of The Juilliard School and Temple University, Master Voice Teacher and Assistant Professor Florence Berggren, and with 28-year coach and conductor of The Metropolitan Opera, Maestro Martin Rich.
Mrs. Borgia-Petro, a 20-year faculty member of Immaculata University, has maintained a private studio in the Philadelphia area for more than three decades, has expertise in recovery of injured voices and speech therapy, teaches private voice in New York City, and is the General Director of ConcertOPERA, Philadelphia. Previously she taught 19 years as a vocal specialist in the Philadelphia School System, where she conducted and prepared choirs for the Philadelphia Orchestra Youth Series, Michael Korn and The Philadelphia Singers, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, and others.