“O mio babbino caro ... sung exquisitely by Tiffani Ho [sic] who has a crystalline, pure, powerful voice..."
"Agile-voiced Tiffany Ho was a versatile musician … with great energy and clear diction."
- Broadway World
"A soaring soprano voice … Ho proves an absolute scene-stealer."
- Stage Raw
Praised as a “gloriously radiant” (Broadway World) “silvery soprano” (Opera Today) with a “crystalline, pure, powerful voice” (LOL-LA), Tiffany Ho is quickly making her mark as an emerging vocalist in Southern California.
Despite an abbreviated 2020-21 season, Tiffany was grateful to participate in the U.S. premiere of Gluck’s “La Corona” and “Il Parnaso Confuso” in the roles of Meleagro and Melpomene, respectively, with Pacific Opera Project as part of their live drive-in opera season. She also debuted a virtual performance of 1st Cercatrice (Suor Angelica) with VOPA, Opera San Luis Obispo, and Mission Opera; two virtual performances of the “Verdi Chorus Presents” concert series; as well as a number of virtual recordings.
Other past roles include Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi), The Princess (L'enfant et les sortilèges), Frasquita (Carmen), Peep-Bo (The Mikado), Nella (Gianni Schicchi), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), Giulietta (I Capuleti e i Montecchi), Adina (L'Elisir d'Amore), Prilepa (Pikovaya Dama), Bellezza (Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno), Clarice (Il Mondo della Luna), Little Matchgirl (The Happy Prince), and Sandman/Dew Fairy (Hansel und Gretel).
In addition to her involvement in opera and solo classical work, Tiffany has an extensive choral background. She sings with the Los Angeles Master Chorale on the Auxiliary Roster, performs as a Fox Singer with the Verdi Chorus, and is a member of Laude at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.
Tiffany earned her Master of Music degree, with distinction, in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College; she received her Bachelor of Music degree, cum laude, in Music Education at Nazareth College of Rochester.
"Tiffany Ho … totally beguiled us with such a poised, freshly nuanced O mio babbino caro. Her assured, silvery soprano also impressed as Ravel’s Princess."
- Opera Today
"Her voice was light and flawless, while her acting was charming and engaging."
- Lauri's List
"O mio babbino caro” ... beautifully sung with effective simplicity by Tiffany Ho."
- Stage and Cinema