Tiffany Thorpe is a Flint-area native where she attended the Flint School of Performing Arts and was a member of the Flint Youth Symphony Orchestra. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago where she studied vocal performance and sacred music.

After graduation, Tiffany began her career as a voice and piano teacher, church musician, and choral singer. Tiffany also worked as the Administrator of Moody’s Community Music School, directing and building the program as a supplemental educational program for Moody’s undergraduate music majors to gain teaching experience.

Tiffany performed as a soloist for Moody Radio’s national broadcast of Handel’s Messiah. She has extensive choral experience and has toured as a chorister throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. Tiffany was a member of the Lutheran Choir of Chicago, Allegrezza Chorus, Chicago Choral Artists and the Bach Week Festival Chorus.

Since returning to Flint in 2017, Tiffany has been a soloist with the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Carolyn Mawby Chorale, St. Cecilia Society, Comic Opera Guild, and Grand Blanc Choral Society and also runs a private music studio. In addition to her classical work, Tiffany also releases her own music under the name Aurelia’s Voice, experimenting with contemporary styles through songwriting and audio recording.  Tiffany has studied voice with Jean Weamer, Dr. Christopher Redfearn, Dr. Jori Jennings, Lisa Lee, Nada Radakovich, and Dr. Edie Diggory.

You can find Tiffany on Instagram @aureliasvoice, Facebook @Aurelia’s Voice and contact her at tiffanythorpemusic@gmail.com.