Diana Tuffin is a jazz, gospel, blues, and voice-over artist residing in Winston Salem, NC. For six years, she has been the primary featured vocalist with The Camel City Jazz Orchestra.  She is a regular guest vocalist at The Rhythm Lounge & Grill, the O’ Henry Hotel Jazz Series, and worship centers throughout North Carolina. She has also performed at the Annual John Coltrane Festival in High Point,  NC. 

She has appeared in Dr. Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble Production at the Turnage Theater. Diana's other artistic endeavors include principal acting roles in “Stompin’ At The Savoy” and “Rejoice” performed at the University of North Carolina School of The Arts.           

As a board member and performer for Carolina Music Ways, Diana shows her passion for its mission to inspire North Carolina youth to take pride in the state's rich musical heritage.   In addition to her love of music, Diana enjoys learning about foods and languages of all cultures. 

Diana considers it a privilege and pleasure to work with some of North Carolina’s finest musicians, directors, and actors.  Hailed as one of Winston Salem's iconic jazz treasures, Diana Tuffin’s image has been immortalized in a public art installation in the city's Benton Convention Center. 

She is known to say, “It’s All About The Music.”