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Tiffany Wu

Tiffany Wu

  • She/Her
  • Biography

    Tiffany Wu is a genre-hopping freelance harpist based in New York City. Born and raised in LA, Tiffany is passionate about connecting with audiences through shared songs, stories, and experiences. Her musical interests lie in world music, classical music, jazz, multimedia, and interdisciplinary projects. She is one half of Habanero Honey Duo (violin & harp), and regularly collaborates with multi-disciplinary artists and non-classical musicians.

    A versatile player, she’s performed opera, chamber, orchestral, and solo works at Brevard Music Festival, Eastern Music Festival, and Miami Music Festival. As an orchestral harpist, Tiffany has been privileged to perform with many phenomenal musicians and conductors, including Gerard Schwartz, Keith Lockhart, Victor Yampolsky, Anne Akiko Meyers, JoAnn Falleta, Mallory Thompson, Ted Sperling, and Donald Nally.

    Tiffany received her B.M. in Harp Performance from Northwestern University under Lyric Opera harpists Elizabeth Cifani and Lynn Williams, and is pursuing her M.M. in Harp Performance under Bridget Kibbey and Brandee Younger.

    Professional Experience

    • Concerts/Cabaret
    • Education

    Regions

    • NYC/Tri-State Area
    • LA/Southern California

    Interested in touring?

    • Yes

    Maestra Expertise

    • Pit Musician (Other)
    • Voice Teacher (Educational Institution)

    My Primary Instrument

    • harp

    My Instruments

    • Harp
    • Other
    • guzheng

    Software

    • Finale
    • GarageBand

    Additional Skills

    • Actor-Musician
    • Home Studio Whiz

    Current HS, College, or Grad Student?

    • Yes

    Person of Color?

    • Yes