Tiffanie Scarborough is a passionate music teacher who has been teaching flute, piano, and voice lessons for many years. Her love for music began at a young age, growing up in a family of musicians who frequently sang and played instruments for fun. Tiffanie started singing solos at church when she was just five years old and began playing the flute when she was ten. She continued to experiment with piano and singing throughout her college years and her teaching career.
Tiffanie received her Bachelor of Arts in music and mathematics from Austin College in 1998, where she sang in the A Capella Choir and played in the Sherman Symphony and a small woodwind ensemble. She then pursued graduate classes at the University of Houston in music theory, music education, and flute pedagogy. While at the University of Houston, Tiffanie sang in the Concert Chorale and played in the Wind Ensemble. She also had the incredible opportunity to perform in a concert with famous Italian vocalist Andrea Bocelli at the Compaq Center.