Tiffany Pan, oboe
Tiffany Pan is a doctoral candidate in Music (Oboe) Performance at Arizona State University (ASU), where she has held multiple graduate assistantships in music. In 2013, Pan advanced as a semi-finalist in the Elite Division at the 2nd Asian Double Reed Association International Oboe Competition. In 2010, she won the ASU Concert of Soloists and performed the Kalliwoda Concertino with the ASU Symphony Orchestra. In the summer of 2014, she was invited to the Vianden Festival in Luxembourg to perform as Guest Artist and coach chamber music ensembles. Pan is the oboist at Phoenix-based reed quintet, Paradise Winds. She also performs with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Musica Nova Orchestra, and other local groups frequently. In 2014, she was the guest principal oboist of Tucson Symphony Orchestra for three programs. A Native of Taiwan, Tiffany Pan received her Master’s degree from Arizona State University and holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has studied the oboe with Martin Schuring, John Dee, Ting-Hung Liu and Peggy Lee.