Canadian singer, composer, performer, and pianist Diane Juster has a net worth of $4 million. Diane Juster has an extensive education in classical music, and in 1971, at the encouragement of Stéphane Venne, she began composing her own music. She decided to enter the music industry in 1973, creating many hits for Julie Arel, including “When you leave”, “Aimer pour vivre” (lyrics by Francoise Hayward), “Soleil, soleil,” and “Qu est-ce qui se passe à moi?” The following year, in 1974, Diane decides to perform her own works.
Worth of Diane Juster is $4 million
Age 76 Profession Singer, Songwriter, Performer, Pianist Height 1.68m
Diane Juster net worth
Diane Juster, whose birth name is Diane Rivet, was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on March 15, 1946 (age 76). Juster’s first album, titled “Mélancolie,” was a huge hit, and it now contains many classics of Quebec music, including the song “Ce matin,” which will be covered by various Francophone artists, including Marie Denise Pelletier, in 1991. There are also the songs “My house, it’s an island,” “My love, my lover,” and “Vive les roses” on Diane Juster’s debut album.
Diane Juster’s first passion was composing for other artists, notably the singer Emmanulle to whom she gave “J’ai le coeur d’une vagabonde” in 1978 and especially Ginette Reno, her friend, for whom she composed many successes, including the hit “I am only a song” in 1979, which achieved a monumental success (400,000 copies sold). In 1984, Diane also created the songs “J’ai faut de parler” and “Une woman sentimentale” for Ginette Reno, with lyrics by Luc Plamondon.
Diane Juster restarted her song “I need to talk” three years later, in 1987, even naming the album she released that year after the song. In 1987, the artist had other recording triumphs, including “Crazy Love” and “I didn’t know how to keep”.
In 1985, together with a large number of Quebec artists, she joined in the Quebec-Africa Foundation’s Les Yeux de la famine collective effort to aid Ethiopians severely affected by famine.
In 1975, Diane Juster made her debut on stage at the Patriote de Montréal. In 1985, she recorded a duet with Charles Dumont titled “La musique,” and a few years later, in 1987, she got the opportunity to build a name for herself in Paris by performing at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées. She returned the subsequent year, in 1988.
The “Professional Society of Authors and Composers of Quebec” (the SPACQ) was created by Diane Juster and Luc Plamondon. The artist began defending writers in 1983 by campaigning on behalf of the Society for the Collection of Reproduction Rights (SODRAC), of which she served as president in 1998.
Diane Juster continues to collaborate with authors Luc Plamondon, Eddy Marnay, Francois Hayward, and Norman Racicot, and composes music for Céline Dion, Johanne Blouin, Robert Charlebois, and Mario Pelchat. Danielle Oddera and the Dalida vocalists both perform works by Diane Juster.
What is the net worth of Diane Juster?
The estimated net worth of Diane Juster is approximately $4 million. Her income is primarily derived from her work as a singer, composer, performer, and pianist. She is one of Canada’s wealthiest and most influential singers. Her exceptional work accomplishments have afforded her a comfortable lifestyle and a few travels in a luxury automobile. She has an attractive height of 1.68 meters and a healthy weight that complements her personality.