Conducting Associate

The Monteux School & Music Festival is pleased to welcome back alumna, Tiffany Lu as our 2018 Conducting Associate. As part of her duties Maestra Lu will conduct the Monteux Festival Orchestra in our annual children’s concert on Thursday, July 12 at 10:30am.

BELOW: Watch Tiffany lead the 2017 Monteux Festival Orchestra in Ravel’s La Valse.

Tiffany Lu (’12-’15)

Conducting Associate

Conductor and violinist Tiffany Lu currently resides in College Park, MD, where she is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Maryland. Tiffany is the co-conductor of the University of Maryland Repertoire Orchestra and assistant conductor of the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra and the Maryland Opera Studio. Tiffany is also the Music Director for the Wilmington County Orchestra in Delaware and serves as assistant conductor of the Capital City Symphony in Washington, D.C. Tiffany attended the Pierre Monteux School for Conductors and Orchestra Musicians from 2012-2015 and this summer returns again this year as 2018 Conducting Associate.

Previous positions include cover conductor and principal librarian at the 2016 National Orchestral Institute, and conductor of the Young Artists’ orchestra at the DC Youth Orchestra Program. Tiffany has also been assistant conductor at the Tampa Metropolitan Youth Orchestras (2011-2012) and at Ithaca College (2012-2015), where she earned her masters’ degree studying with Dr. Jeffery Meyer. She has performed in master classes led by Carl St. Clair, Alan Gilbert, Larry Rachleff, David Effron, Lior Shambadal, Mark Shapiro, Marin Alsop, and Victor Yampolsky.

Growing up in Tampa, Florida, Tiffany began studying violin at the age of three; as a violinist and violist, Tiffany has over fifteen years of orchestral, chamber, and solo experience. She has performed with the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, Florida Orchestra, Binghamton Philharmonic, Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Symphoria (Syracuse), and Gadje, a gypsy rock band based in Ithaca.

Conducting Associate Tiffany Lu