Tiffany Du Mouchelle

Tiffany Du Mouchelle.

Clinical Assistant Professor

312 Baird Hall
(716) 645-0632


DMA, UC San Diego


Vocal Performance


Tiffany Du Mouchelle is praised for her musical versatility, an electric stage presence and exceptional dramatic sensibilities. Most recognized for her fearlessness in exploring new and challenging repertoire, she ushers the voice into new realms of expressivity, including a vast array of musical styles and languages, featuring 35 different languages , and exploring the genres of classical, world, contemporary, cabaret, and theatrical works.

Recipient of the prestigious Richard F. Gold Career Grant for American Opera Singers, Ms. Du Mouchelle has performed with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Bang on a Can All-Stars, Center for Contemporary Opera, Yellow Barn Music Festival, Skalholt Summer Music Series in Iceland, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, and American Composers Alliance, and in such prestigious venues as Lincoln Center, Disney Hall, The Consulate of the Republic of Poland, The New York Historical Society, The Ukrainian Institute, the residence of the United States Ambassador in Cairo, and the Acropolium in Carthage.

Recent collaborations include the Australian Premiere of Stockhausen's Sirius with the Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music, the West Coast Premiere of Roger Reynolds' Justice (Clytemnestra), the West Coast Premiere of Pasqual Dusapin's To Be Sung (Voice Two), along with residencies at Yellow Barn and Songfest.

A frequent collaborator with the cultural diplomacy organization Cultures in Harmony, she was recently named a deputy director for the tenth anniversary season of CiH. With CiH, she has served as an instructor of voice, musical outreach specialist, and performer for projects in Cameroon, Tunisia, Egypt and Papua New Guinea. She has maintained her own private studio for classical voice and lyric diction since 2002, was a guest instructor for the Atlas Summer Music Program in Tunisia, and has been an instructor of record at University of California San Diego as a voice instructor, opera scenes director, and lecturer of African Music.