Tiffany Schirz is a Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and songwriter.
Recent credits include scoring music for the short film 'Day One', for the video game 'Crash Cam' by Super Squawk software, and ads for Citibank and the Bravo! TV network.
She fronts the all-female band, the Electrets, whose music has been played on LA's 88.5 FM and has gotten coverage from notable press including Buzzbands.LA, Hype Machine and more. The band's song "See You At The Morgue" appeared on tastemaker KLOS DJ Mr. Shovel's "Favs of 2014" playlist. The title track of their 2014 EP "Misfit" is featured in the 2016 independent film "Speak Now," which is currently screening at numerous indepenent film festivals, and has won awards.
Her new project, Lucy Gucy, released their first single in the fall of 2016 and was named LA Deli Magazine's Artist of the Month for November '16.
She is featured on keyboards in the live studio session DVD of Warner Bros. "Studio Musician's Handbook," alongside world-class bassist Paul Ill (Linda Perry, Christina Aguilera), Kellii Scott (Failure) and other top LA session players.
She also enjoys playing in cover band Mother Mercy with players whose credits include Chuck Barry, Alice Cooper, Alicia Keys, B.B. King and more.
As a live performer, Tiffany has played throughout the west coast and at LA venues including the House of Blues on Sunset, the Rose Bowl, the Troubadour and more, and has shared the stage with bands like Collective Soul, Foreigner, and Hey Violet (formerly Cherri Bomb). She has toured the U.S. and Europe with award-winning a cappella choirs and sung for studio sessions.
A multi-instrumentalist, Tiffany plays piano, guitar, marimba, bass, and hand percussion. After receiving her high school's top award for choral musical achievement, she earned Bachelor's degrees in Music and Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating with honors. She very much enjoys teaching and accepts private students on a limited basis. For teaching inquiries, click on 'Lessons.'