Tiffany Schirz is a Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and songwriter.
Tiffany has toured the U.S. east and west coasts, and has shared the stage with bands like Collective Soul, Foreigner, and Hey Violet. She is featured on keyboards in the live studio session DVD of Warner Bros. "Studio Musician's Handbook," alongside bassist Paul Ill (Linda Perry, Christina Aguilera), Kellii Scott (Failure) and other top LA session players. She currently serves as a keyboard accompanist at Musicians' Institute college in Hollywood, CA.
Her scoring credits include the award-winning indie film "Speak Now," short film "Day One," video games, Citibank, the Bravo! TV network, Verizon and more.
She fronted the all-female band, the Electrets, whose music has been played on LA's 88.5 FM KCSN and has gotten notable press mentions from Buzzbands.LA, Hype Machine and more. The band's song "See You At The Morgue" appeared on KLOS tastemaker DJ Mr. Shovel's "Favs of 2014" playlist.
Tiffany also performs solo musical comedy, and has appeared at venues like the Second City in Hollywood, iO West, Flappers, and the LA Musical Comedy Fest. She often performs under the stage name Mashley Addison.
A multi-instrumentalist, Tiffany plays piano, guitar, marimba, bass, and hand percussion. 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.'