Tompkins Square Park, East 10th Street, New York, NY
Harp Lessons | Artist development, Music And Movement For Under Fives, Online Lessons
- Qualifications: BM, Harp Performance, MM, Harp Performance
- Pricing: $80/hr, $60/30 min
- Styles: classical, jazz, pop, folk, world
- Suitability: 5-adult
She is passionate about creating multimedia performance experiences and exploring music as a civic practice. Her current interests include studying the role of the arts in justice, and exploring the intersectionality between literature and song. Past performances with the Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra, City Lyric Opera, Chelsea Symphony, United Nations Orchestra, After Arts, Choirs of America, and more have taken her to venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Museum of Modern Art, Le Poisson Rouge, Kings Theatre, DiMenna Center, and Segerstrom Center. Tiffany has had the privilege of working with notable artists and conductors such as Ted Sperling, Gerard Schwartz, Anne Akiko Meyers, Leon Lacey, JoAnn Falletta, and Donald Nally.
An avid performer of new music, Tiffany has also worked with numerous contemporary composers to record and premiere new works. When not on stage, Tiffany plays private engagements for clients such as Amazon and Barclays.
She holds performance degrees from Northwestern University and New York University, and her principal teachers include Lyric Opera harpists Elizabeth Cifani and Lynn Williams, and jazz harpist Brandee Younger. In her spare time, she forgets her tea on the windowsill, enjoys Ghibli movies, writes poetry, and is a passably acceptable plant mom.
I love teaching and sharing knowledge with my students, and I am always excited to learn new things from them as well. I enjoy the dialogue and creativity that occurs as part of the process of learning and am just as excited as my students when they discover or accomplish a certain goal.
Students will always go over theory/aural skills, as well as musical history with the pieces that they are learning. We will work on musicality alongside technique, so that even beginning students can learn to shape the music they create.