Tiffany
Soricelli


San Francisco Opera

Workshop Facilitator to Adler Fellowship Program

Business and financial coach serving US-based top-tier YAPs. As an innovative entrepreneur, Tiffany Soricelli brings her passion for financial literacy and business acumen to artists of all disciplines through Virtuoso Advising for Artists.

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Notable Affiliations

OPERA America
Member, 2015- present
Current Position(s)
San Francisco Opera
San Francisco, CA
Workshop Facilitator to Adler Fellowship Program

2020

Business planning and financial coaching provided to resident artists.
Minnesota Opera
Minneapolis, MN
Business & Financial Coach to Resident Artist Program

2019

Season-long education, planing and financial coaching provided to resident artists.
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
Business & Financial Coach, Lindemann Young Artists Development Program

2019

Season-long education, planing and financial coaching provided to resident artists.
Washington National Opera
Washington, D.C.
Business & Financial Coach, Cafritz Young Artist Program

2018

Season-long education, planing and financial coaching provided to resident artists.
Wolf Trap Opera
Vienna, VA
Business and Financial Coach

Business planing and financial coaching provided to resident artists.
Previous Experience
The Glimmerglass Festival
Cooperstown, NY
Workshop Facilitator to Young Artist Program

2020

Business and Financial Fundamental Workshop provided to program participants.
Chautauqua Opera
Chautauqua, NY
Workshop Facilitator to Young Artist Program

2020

Business and Financial Fundamental Workshop provided to program participants.
Eastman School of Music
Rochester, New York
Workshop Facilitator

Presented Financial Fundamentals for Working Musicians as part of OPERA America On Site (2018) & as a stand alone presenter (2019).
San Francisco Opera Workshop Facilitator to Adler Fellowship Program

About Tiffany



As an innovative entrepreneur, Tiffany Soricelli brings her passion for financial literacy and business acumen to artists of all disciplines through Virtuoso Advising for Artists.

As a licensed financial advisor and wealth manger, Tiffany specializes in helping talented, busy, career-oriented individuals get clarity around their finances and create an action-plan to achieving their goals.

Tiffany is an engaging and sought-after national speaker dedicated to increasing financial literacy for individuals at all stages of their career. She serves as the Business and Financial Coach to the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program (The Metropolitan Opera), the Cafritz Young Artist Program (Washington National Opera) and Minnesota Opera's Resident Artist Program. She has worked with musicians at Wolf Trap Opera, San Francisco Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Chautauqua Opera and regularly serves as a speaker for OPERA America programs and events. As a passionate teacher and workshop facilitator, she has led educational seminars for Seagle Music Colony, the Mostly Modern Music Festival, Eastman School of Music, University of Michigan School of Music, The Crane School of Music, and Bard College.

Prior to her financial training and licensing, Tiffany received her BM and MM from SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music where she serves as an active member of the Alumni Board. She is married to a HS/MS Chorus teacher, Robert Soricelli, and they live in upstate New York with their children Juniper and Rory.

About San Francisco Opera

San Francisco Opera is the second largest opera company in North America. Gaetano Merola and Kurt Herbert Adler were the Company’s first two general directors. Merola led the Company from its founding in 1923 until his death in 1953; Adler headed the organization from 1953 through 1981. Following Adler’s tenure, the Company was headed by four visionary leaders: Terence A. McEwen (1982–1988), Lotfi Mansouri (1988–2001), Pamela Rosenberg (2001–2005) and David Gockley (2006–2016). Matthew Shilvock became San Francisco Opera’s seventh general director in August of 2016.