Moving Storytelling,
Beautiful Songs

Welcome to the website of singer, storyteller, and
videographer, Tiana Marquez. We're glad you're here!
For many years Tiana has been presenting her original
programs locally, nationally, and internationally.

We hope you'll take a few minutes to browse her website.
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Story and Song in the African-American Tradition

Tiana Marquez is a singer and storyteller who has been entertaining audiences for many years.
Her work is accessible, educational, and can be enjoyed by people of all races and cultures.
Learn more about her work by selecting from the links below.

 

Programs

Tiana's performances range from classical music recitals to storys and song highlighting aspects of African-American history.
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Performances

Working from a home base in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Tiana has presented her engaging performances from NYC to Chicago to LA. more...

Projects

Tiana has released four albums of African-American Spirituals, stories, and other songs. She's recently expanded into video production. more...

Biography

Tiana is not just a performer, but also an educator. She has trained extensively in dance, acting, and singing.
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What People Are Saying

It was as though the voices of our ancestors and that of Marion Anderson had come back to earth to celebrate freedom.

Dr. Bryon E. Walls Curator of the John Freeman Walls Historical Site and Underground Railroad Museum Ontario, Canada

Countless faculty, staff, and students were unanimous in their praise of your work.

Damon Williams Program Associate, The Office of Multicultural Initiatives, The University of Michigan

Your singing touched every person in our audience that night. Your magnificent voice and warm energy were inspiring.

Casey Frazee American Friends Service Committee Ann Arbor, MI

Your performance of spoken tradition and folklore was a big hit with the children of our youth program.

Bonnie Billups Program Director Peace Neighborhood Center, Ann Arbor, MI

Our students are blind. All they experienced of you was your voice. And that's where the magic occurred.

Ms. Ruthie Buell, Teacher, Frances Blend School, Los Angeles, CA

In a voice that carried like a melody of a songbird, Tiana Marquez, a performance artist from Ann Arbor, gave a presentation during a Jan. 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration sponsored by the schools of Education and Social Work and the MLK Symposium Planning Committee.

Amy Reyes The University Record, News and Information Services, The University of Michigan