Dian Baker-Drinkall

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Dian Baker-Drinkall has performed over 350 concerts in 21 countries, both as a concerto soloist and in recitals with her husband Roger Drinkall. Her early studies of violin and piano brought national recognition and awards by age 15. She made her concert debut with the world premiere of the Malcolm Arnold Violin Concerto in California. In 1986 Ms. Baker received her master's degree in piano. She has given master classes, TV appearances and radio interviews on several continents and has recorded with the Pyramid and Klavier labels.

Baker-Drinkhall was part of the School of Music faculty at BYU.

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