With a brilliant capacity for breathing life into lyrics and melodies, Tiffany reveals the sound, soul and spirit of a world-class vocalist on the edge of eminence.
Raised in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, Tiffany made her entree into performing with music, acting and dancing. After landing various TV/film roles such as "Shannon McNulty" in an episode of the TV series "Millennium" in 1998, mischievous "Tina" in Disney’s "The Ultimate Christmas Present" in 2000, and several principal commercial roles, Tiffany stepped onto a musical pathway that soon became her focus.
Tiffany has shared the stage with David Foster, Ben Harper, Jackson Browne, Bobby Kimball (Toto), Loverboy, Colin James, Jully Black, and Destino. Tiffany was first runner-up in the Victoria region of the David Foster Star Search which later led to invitations to perform “The Prayer” in Foster's honor. Tiffany made her presence known to thousands when she was hand-picked to perform the theme song “Because We Dream” at the 2010 BC Summer Games. Written by Doug Johnson (Loverboy) and Don Wells, Tiffany performed the song at both the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Games in front of an audience of 10,000 people.
In 2009, Tiffany collaborated with the writing/producing team SOS Productions and released her self-titled debut album. In 2010, she released a hot club version of “When I See You Smile,” the classic 1989 power ballad penned by Diane Warren and originally recorded by Bad English. Remixes of the track were created by an exciting batch of top remixers including the U.K.’s Future Freakz (Akon) and Klubjumpers (L’il Wayne, Michael Buble). The single was released on Dauman Music Label and distributed by Federal Distribution in association with the Universal Music Group in the Spring of 2010.
Tiffany’s unique ability to sing both classical and pop styles has led to performance opportunities with the classical crossover groups Il Voce and Classical Nouveaux. A recent graduate from the University of British Columbia Bachelor of Music program, Tiffany won the BC Provincials in Intermediate, Senior and National classical voice on three separate occasions, and she later went on to represent British Columbia in the Nationals.
Contemporary Pop and Dance elements describe Tiffany’s new single “High,” co-written with and produced by Steve Smith and Anthony Anderson of SA Trackworks.