Shino Mori was born in Gunma, Japan and trained at the Reiko
Yamamoto Ballet School in Japan and Canada’s National Ballet School. She joined
The National Ballet of Canada as a RBC Apprentice in 2008 and joined the Corps
de Ballet in 2009.
Ms. Mori has danced the Bluebird pas de deux in The Sleeping Beauty and Sheep in The Nutcracker as well as roles in Swan Lake, Giselle, Onegin, Cinderella,
Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet, Alice’s
Adventures in Wonderland, Hamlet, The
Four Temperaments, Serenade, The Four Seasons, Emergence, Glass Pieces and In
The Upper Room. Recently, Ms. Mori danced in the Canadian premiere of Nijinsky by John Neumeier.
Ms. Mori was a winner at the Prix de Lausanne in 2006 and
received the Jeffrey Kirk Award from Canada’s National Ballet School that same
year. In 2011, she represented The National Ballet of Canada with Naoya Ebe at The
Ninth International Competition for The Erik Bruhn Prize in 2011.
“Shino Mori and Robert Stephen pawed and
shimmied their shoulders to perfection as the Pussycats.” The National Post,
“Mori and Ebe had a believable connection, which made them a
pleasure to watch. They played off each other’s energy and the choreography
included some unorthodox partnering where Mori supported Ebe.” Danceviewtimes,