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Bio

Hong-Kong born pianist, Tiffany Poon has appeared with orchestras and in recital throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and China since she was first accepted to the Juilliard pre-college program at the age of eight. In addition to live performances, she is also dedicated to building an audience for classical music and demystifying classical music.

Most recently, Tiffany Poon performed sold-out debut recitals at Dresden Music Festival, Mänttä Music Festival and collaborated with pianist Louie Lortie and conductor Josep Caballé Domenech at Moritzburg Festival.  Last seasons, she debuted in Monheimer Kulturwerke, Herbst Theatre presented by Chamber Music San Francisco, Munich’s Herkulessaal presented by Concerto Winderstein’s Klassik vor Acht series, Washington Performing Arts' Hayes Piano Series at the Kennedy Center, Klavierfestival Ruhr, Rheingau Musikfestival’s KlassikMarathon, Zurich's Tonhalle-Orchester, the NeueNamen series in Münster and Bielefeld and Gilmore Keyboard Festival’s Rising Star Series.

 

As a chamber music collaborator, she joined acclaimed cellist Jan Vogler for a series of recitals including a performance of Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas at the Rheingau Music Festival. In collaboration with Moritzburg Festival, her recording of Antonín Dvořák’s solo and chamber music works with cellist Jan Vogler and violinist Chad Hoopes were released to critical acclaim by SONY Classical in summer 2022.

 

In 2020, Tiffany founded the charity Together with Classical - a nonprofit dedicated to educating, supporting and empowering musicians, students and listeners from diverse backgrounds in their passion for classical music, inspired by her YouTube community of over 323,000 subscribers.

 

Tiffany received a full scholarship from the Columbia University/Juilliard School exchange program and studied piano with Emanuel Ax and the late Joseph Kalichstein. She was named a John Jay Scholar by Columbia University for her outstanding academic and artistic achievements and in May 2018, she graduated from Columbia University with a degree in philosophy.

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