Violinist Dianna Joiner is a native of Greenville, South Carolina. She is currently assistant concertmaster of the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, a member of the West Virginia Symphony, and recently joined the Fort Wayne Philharmonic as section violin. During the 2021-2022 season, Dianna was a member of the first violin section of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. In addition to regularly performing with the Indianapolis Symphony, she plays with the Pro Music Chamber Orchestra in Columbus, Ohio, and several other ensembles in the region. Prior to her time in Indianapolis, she was a member of the Canton Symphony Orchestra, Akron Symphony Orchestra, and the Cleveland Pops Orchestra.

Dianna has participated in summer music festivals including the Britt Music and Arts Festival, New Hampshire Music Festival, Spoleto Festival USA, Breckenridge Music Festival, Round Top Festival Institute, Colorado College Summer Music Festival, and the Brevard Music Center Institute and Festival. Dianna was on the faculty at Baldwin Wallace Conservatory and Community Music School from 2018-2021 where she maintained both a Suzuki and traditional violin studio. She has also served on the violin faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music Preparatory Program and Hathaway Brown School.

Dianna received a Bachelor of Music degree from Vanderbilt University and a Masters in Music Performance from the University of Texas at Austin. She also completed a post-graduate degree in violin performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music. Her former teachers include Carolyn Huebl, Brian Lewis, and William Preucil.

In her spare time, Dianna enjoys exploring coffee shops and going on adventures with her husband, violist Patrick Miller, and their corgi named Poe.