Tiffany  is an award-winning Symphonic Celtic Folk Rock artist and author of Dark Romantic Fantasy Fiction inspired by history, mythology, ancient texts, and lore. She started honing her musical and artistic abilities when she began dance lessons at age 3 (ballet, and then later tap, jazz, and hip hop). Her musician grandparents taught her various instruments such as guitar, violin, and accordion before she took up classical piano at age 9. Her interest in history and mythology also started when she was quite young, as she was the only one in her fifth grade writing class obsessed with Vikings and Norwegian sea legends to the point of writing poems about them. She continued performing into young adulthood, being cast in various acting, singing, and dancing roles. In her later college years, she was able to start adding independent film to her resume.  Then in 2008, she released her full length debut album, Poet, a blend of Gothic, Rock, Metal, Folk, Classical, and World Music elements. The album enjoyed much success, receiving enthusiastic response from music fans and critics alike.  Since then, she released EPs and singles, acted in film and theatrical productions (favorite roles include Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof, Sally in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and Maria in The Sound of Music) while planning her next musical project titled, Antiquity, which will involve gothic and Celtic symphonic folk metal songs inspired by her Dark Romance Fantasy series, The Birthrite. Through music and writing, she enjoys merging the past with the present and is looking forward to releasing new music as an individual artist and with Wayward Companions. Find out more about Tiffany's work at her website, http://tiffanyapan.com. You can also follow her on Facebook and Instagram.


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