Tiffany Walker

Visiting Assistant Professor of Music

Tiffany Walker

Office Location: Mary Baker Russell Music Center - 202B

  • Professional
  • Biography

Education

  • D.M.A, Choral Conducting, University of Washington
  • M.A, Teaching, University of Southern California
  • B.A., Music, University of California, Berkeley

Responsibilities

Conductor of Chorale and University Singers, and teaches choral conducting

Biography

Dr. Tiffany Walker is a Filipino-American choral conductor from Chino Hills, California currently based in the Seattle/Tacoma area.  She is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Choral Music at Pacific Lutheran University, where she conducts the University Chorale and the University Singers.  She obtained the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Choral Conducting at the University of Washington.  While studying at UW, she served as an assistant conductor for the Chamber Singers, Chorale, and Treble Choir.  She was also the Music Director for Messiah Lutheran Church in Seattle.  In July 2019, she was a conducting fellow at the San Diego Choral Conducting Workshop, led by Patrick Walders.  Prior to her studies at UW, Tiffany taught as a high school choral director at San Clemente High School and Ruben S. Ayala High School.  Her auditioned groups won gold ratings at Heritage Festivals in various cities nationwide.  She conducted the Ayala Women’s Ensemble during a concert tour to Puerto Rico.  She also helped prepare rehearsals and sang with the Ayala Vocal Ensemble at the Third International Choral Festival in Lima, Peru. Tiffany was a member of the Pacific Chorale and sang as an alto under the direction of John Alexander.  Some of her accomplishments with Pacific Chorale include performances at the Hollywood Bowl and participation in many live concerts and CD recordings in Orange County.  She completed a Master of Arts in Teaching degree and single-subject credential in K-12 music at the University of Southern California.  Her Bachelor of Arts degree is in Music from the University of California, Berkeley.