- D.M.A, Choral Conducting, University of Washington
- M.A, Teaching, University of Southern California
- B.A., Music, University of California, Berkeley
Conductor of Chorale and University Singers, and teaches choral conducting
Tiffany Walker is a Filipino-American conductor serving as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Choral Music at PLU. She conducts the University Chorale and the University Singers, as well as teaches choral conducting, choral methods, and ear training courses. Dr. Walker is a clinician and adjudicator for WMEA in the area. She is also active with the WA ACDA Diversity Initiatives Committee. She received her DMA in Choral Conducting at the University of Washington, MA in Teaching with a Single-subject credential in K-12 music from the University of Southern California, and BA in Music from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to living in Washington, Dr. Walker taught as a high school choral director at San Clemente High School and Ruben S. Ayala High School in southern California. As a choral singer, Dr. Walker has performed in multiple ensembles in Seattle and California. She currently sings with Choral Arts Northwest, MUSING, and at St. Theresa’s Parish in Federal Way. She was a long-time member of the Pacific Chorale in Orange County 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 in CD recordings.