Diana Solomon-Glover

"She captivated the country."

Gabrielle Bunton - Louisville Courier Journal

Diana Solomon-Glover’s artistic talents, showcased on the operatic stage, in concert, oratorio, recital, musical theater, cabaret, and on radio and television across the United States, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Central America, have long served humanitarian and social efforts.

She joins composer Carlos Castro as a librettist this June to create a short piece for 96-Hour Opera Project, Atlanta Opera’s initiative to develop works by artists from historically underrepresented communities.

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"Art is the way we express life. Life is the way we express art."

Diana Solomon-Glover
October 11, 2023

Santa Fe Opera

SFO's podcast "Key Change" Winner of The Signal Awards in the DEI category (Silver) and Music category (Bronze)

Hearty congratulations to our Community Engagement Department, including Key Change co-hosts Andrea Fellows Fineberg and Anna Garcia, and producer-extraordinaire Andrea Klunder!

September 15, 2023

Opera America

Opera's Architects: Librettists' (over)due credit

Solomon-Glover balanced Carter’s setting of Hamer’s actual speeches and singing with poetic approximation and imagined conversations.

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February 2025

This Little Light of Mine

Kentucky Opera


The Boy from Troy

Cincinnati Opera

Dr. Everett McCorvey conducts the workshop rehearsal of THE BOY FROM TROY, a piece about the life of Congressman John R. Lewis.

The development of THE BOY FROM TROY received funding from OPERA America's IDEA Opera Grants program, supported by the Charles and Cerise Jacobs Charitable Foundation.