Alum Tiffany Ng Interviewed in Sounds from the Spires

21 Jun, 2019

Alum Tiffany Ng Interviewed in Sounds from the Spires

We love the work that incredible BCNM DE Alum Tiffany Ng is doing at the University of Michigan as the university carillonist! Now we get to hear more about her mission to lift up diverse composers through her position in this fantastic interview on Sirius XM 129, "Sounds from the Spires." Dr. Jennifer Pascual finds out more about the behind-the-scenes work involved in Tiffany's role at UM.

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More about Tiffany below!

Tiffany is an assistant professor of carillon and university carillonist at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. An energetic advocate of diversity in contemporary music, she has premiered or revived over forty pieces by emerging and established composers from Augusta Read Thomas to Yvette Janine Jackson, pioneered models for interactive “crowdsourced” carillon performances and environmental-data-driven sound installations with Greg Niemeyer, Chris Chafe, Ed Campion, Ken Goldberg, John Granzow, and Laura Steenberge, and through her composer collaborations significantly increased the American repertoire for carillon and electronics. Her concert career has taken her to festivals in fifteen countries in Europe, Australia, Asia, and North America, including the 2018 University of Chicago Rockefeller Carillon New Music Festival, 2018 Canberra Carillon Festival, 2017 University of Michigan Bicentennial, 2015 UC Berkeley Campanile Centennial, 2014 Stanford CCRMA anniversary festival, the 23rd International Carillon Festival at Bok Tower Gardens, Florida, the 2014 International Carillon Festival Barcelona, and the 2008 Post-Congress Festival of the World Carillon Federation. She has taught masterclasses at Yale University, the Eastman School of Music, Wellesley College, the University of Chicago, the University of Toronto, the University of Texas at Austin, and the Mayo Clinic. At U-M, she is a faculty affiliate in the LSA Digital Studies program.