Ms. Dionne is an active performer, teacher, conductor, and adjudicator in New England. She is principal flutist of the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra and the New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also performed with the Great Waters Music Festival, Granite State Opera, the Handel Society of Dartmouth, Longy Chamber Orchestra, Brockton Symphony, Manchester Chamber Players, Hanover Chamber Orchestra, Granite State Symphony Orchestra, and the Manchester Choral Society. She has performed as a soloist with the New Hampshire Philharmonic, New Hampshire Symphony, the University of New Hampshire Symphony and Wind Symphony, the Strafford Wind Symphony, and the Lakes Region Symphony.
Ms. Dionne has also won several performance awards including first place in the Music Teachers National Association Collegiate Artist Performance Competition for four consecutive years in 1996-1999. She has also won the University of New Hampshire Concerto Competition twice in 1999-2000. Ms. Dionne is on the faculty of Plymouth State University, Southern New Hampshire University and the Manchester Community Music School. She conducts a collegiate flute choir at Plymouth State University and a flute choir at the Manchester Community Music School. In 2003 and 2016 she was the guest conductor/clinician at the New Hampshire All State Chamber Music Festival where she worked with their flute choir. She has also adjudicated the New Hampshire Music Educators All State Auditions, the NHMEA Solo and Ensemble Festival, and the Greater Boston Flute Association Solo and Ensemble Festival.
She received her B.M. in music performance from the University of New Hampshire and has studied at the graduate level at the Longy School of Music. Her Teachers include Robert Willoughby and Peggy Vagts.