Phone: (281) 634-5819


Degrees and Certifications:

M.M. Woodwind Performance- Clarinet Emphasis, Boston University B.M. Music Education, Stephen F. Austin State University

Ms. Tiffany Ye

Tiffany Ye is a native of Sugar Land, Texas, and a proud product of Fort Bend ISD. Ms. Ye teaches the Symphonic Band, Concert Band, beginning woodwind classes, and assists with the Honor Band.

Her love of music and ambition to become a band director began at Fort Settlement Middle School. She graduated from Clements High School, then went on to Stephen F. Austin State University, where she received her Bachelor of Music Education in 2014 and graduated magna cum laude. While at SFA, she was a member of the Wind Ensemble and Orchestra of the Pines.

Ms. Ye went on to study at Boston University, where she earned a Master of Music in Clarinet Performance. At BU, she was a member of the clarinet section of the Boston University Wind Ensemble, Boston University Orchestra/Opera, and performed with various small chamber groups, as well as playing as a guest musician for the All-Campus Symphony Orchestra.

Ms. Ye is the Director of Music Engagement and clarinetist for the Wind Project and The Houston Chamber Music Society of which she co-founded. She also played in the Sugar Land Winds, who performed at the Texas Bandmasters Association in 2018. In 2018, she was selected to participate in the British Isles Music Festival as one of five clarinetists from around the world studying with Mark Van de Wiel, Principal Clarinetist with the London Philharmonia. She has also studied with Thomas LeGrand, Associate Principal Clarinetist of the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Ayer, Professor of Clarinet at Stephen F. Austin State University, Barnaby Robson, Principal Clarinetist of the English National Opera, and David Martins, Member of the Boston Ballet Orchestra, Music Director of the Wind Ensemble, and Professor of Clarinet at Boston University.


Ms. Ye is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda: National Music Honor Society, National Association for Music Education, Texas Music Educators Association, and the Massachusetts Music Educators Association.


Ms. Ye’s hobbies include traveling, rooting for the Boston Red Sox, building legos, and hanging out with her corgi, Penny.

  • 1st Period: Beginning Clarinet/Oboe/Basoon

    2nd Period: Beginning Flute

    3rd Period: Beginning Saxophone

    4th Period: Conference
    5th Period: Honors Band

    6th Period: Symphonic Band

    7th Period: Concert Band

  • Please check the Band Charms Calendar for details for your child.


    The Activities Calendar can be found on the Charms website.


    Sectional schedules vary by performing band and are distributed to the students. This schedule may change throughout the school year.


    Beginning Band students do not have sectionals.