Dinah Frilling has been a singer and performer since the early age of 8, a Douglas Anderson School of the Arts graduate (99′) who studied Vocal Performance at Jacksonville University. She encompasses music into all areas of her life and truly enjoys every opportunity that allows her to connect others with the power of music.
Dinah is an active musician in Jacksonville, the lead singer/song writer/guitarist for the local string band, Cain’t Never Could. She is also a musician for Body and Soul:The Art of Healing, a non profit organization which brings musicians into hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation centers.
Dinah is honored to be entering her 3rd year of providing special needs music classes at Neptune Beach Elementary and Mandarin Oaks Elementary through a wonderful program called Connecting Thru Music.
Dinah is a certified Kindermusik Educator, teaching her Kindermusik program at OPSM as well as The Little Gym of Orange Park.
Being a working musician and mother to a very busy preschooler, Dinah’s dream is to share music with her family and with children and families in the Jacksonville community. Having seen first hand the ability music has to enrich lives and inspire, her desire to give children early access to music education runs strong!