Diana Voyer is like many of the emerging, multi-faceted artists of the up-and-coming generations, displaying keen interests in interdisciplinary work. Their interests and training encompass the fields of composer, vocalist, fantasy writer, and engineer. Their current musical work displays a focus on the intersections of their various disciplines, focusing on patterns that are derived from science and technology as an organizing principle.
Diana holds bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and music and technology, as well as a master’s degree in computer engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, where they studied with Dr. Justin Dello Joio and Andy Brick. They also hold a Master of Music in Composition at New England Conservatory, where they studied with Dr. Kati Agócs. Their work has been performed by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, the Budapest Film Orchestra, and the Juventas New Music Ensemble.
Aside from music, Diana is a frequent game designer and game master for tabletop roleplaying games. Their current projects include Dungeons Sans Dragons, an actual play Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition podcast featuring an all-nonbinary cast and an upcoming supplement detailing new races, subclasses, monsters, and spells. They have also written convention content for Baldman Games, releasing on the DMs Guild soon.
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