Tiffany Goff is a pianist, composer, and teacher with an award-winning studio based in Jupiter, Florida. She received her education in piano performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Paul Schenly and Emanuela Friscioni. Passionate about new music, she frequently performs the works of living composers and has given a number of world premieres.
Active as a composer, Tiffany specializes in classical and electroacoustic genres, and has also composed incidental and vocal music for theatre. While in Cleveland, she wrote and arranged music for several plays at the historic Cleveland Play House, including Legacy of Light, An Orchard, and Cloud 9, and was commissioned by Case Western Reserve University to score their production of Euripides’ Medea.
Tiffany has been teaching piano for over 10 years. Her students, aged 3 to 18, enjoy numerous performance opportunities throughout the year, competitive and non-competitive. Her students have been awarded internationally, with invitations to perform at such venues as Carnegie Hall, NY and Mozarthaus, Vienna. With the support of a 2018 Teacher Enrichment grant from MTNA, Tiffany completed the Music Braille course at Miami Lighthouse for the Blind with instructor Jin Ho Choi. Her studio offers instruction utilizing the BANA Music Braille code for blind or vision-impaired tactile readers.
Recognizing the importance of different keys for different hands, Tiffany maintains the site skinnykeys.com where she advocates for multiple keyboard sizes.
Tiffany is a member of the Music Teachers National Association, National Guild of Piano Teachers (American College of Musicians), Pianists for Alternatively Sized Keyboards, and National Braille Association.