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Tiffany Ng

Organization: University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Title: Associate Professor of Music, University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Program Graduation: MM, ALP Certificate 2008
Musical Studies: Carillon, Organ
Musical Specialties: Church Music, Higher Education, Soloist
Non-Musical Specialties: Author, Social Justice, Technology
Quote: “My ALP internship with Prof. Sylvie Beaudette as Assistant Director of the Women in Music Festival was so formative and empowering for me that I’ve created similar opportunities for my own students at Michigan, and delighted in seeing my students grow and succeed!”


Tiffany Ng is Associate Professor of Music (carillon) and chair of the Department of Organ at the University of Michigan, where she has also taught courses on the arts and social entrepreneurship. She has premiered or revived over sixty pieces and collaboratively pioneered models for interactive “crowdsourced” carillon performances and data-driven sound installations. Her music publications range from Civil Rights Movement and Motown carillon arrangements to a bibliography of carillon works by women, nonbinary, and transgender composers. Ng’s concert career has taken her to festivals in sixteen countries. New York Music Daily heralded her solo album “Dark Matters: Carillon Music of Stephen Rush” (innova) as “ravishingly beautiful.” The University of Michigan has recognized Ng with the Shirley Verrett Award for outstanding service to women of color in the arts and the Henry Russel Award, its highest honor for early-career faculty.