Tiffany Qiu was born and raised in Ireland. She received her secondary education at St Vincent’s School in Dundalk, County Louth from where she attended the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin where she was a student of Dr Hugh Tinney and Dr Kevin O’Connell.
She moved to London in 2019 to study for a Batchelor of Music degree at the Royal Academy of Music with Professors Ian Fountain, Michael Dussek (chamber music) and Dr Ruth Byrchmore (compositon).
Tiffany was awarded the Irish Heritage Music Bursary for Performance in 2020.
Some of herother highlights include performing under the batons of conductors James Cavanagh, Uri Segal and Finghin Collins, and giving a solo recital to a sold-out audience at the National Concert Hall in Dublin as part of the EPTA Piano Festival 2019.
She has also performed both all over Ireland and beyond in venues such as Carnegie Hall (with the New York Sinfonietta) and the Basilica di San Pietro (Perugia, Italy) and participated in many talent nurturing events such as the Dublin International Piano Competition Finlay Programme. She has also been a regular first prize-winner at FeisCeoil, Ireland’s national music competition.