Dylan Tedaldi

Dylan Tedaldi 14/15 Photo Credits

Dylan Tedaldi, photo by Aleksandar Antonijevic.


Dylan Tedaldi was born in Boston, Massachusetts and trained at Boston Ballet School in Massachusetts and The School of The Hamburg Ballet in Germany. Mr. Tedaldi joined The National Ballet of Canada as a RBC Apprentice in 2009 and was promoted to Second Soloist in 2013.                            

Mr. Tedaldi’s repertoire includes White Rabbit in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Benvolio in Romeo and Juliet, Stanislav in Nijinsky, Fox and Uncle Nikolai in The Nutcracker, a principal role in Theme and Variations and Gigue in Mozartiana as well as roles in The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, ManonGiselle, The Nutcracker, Hamlet, Cinderella, Carmen, the second detail, West Side Story Suite, Chroma and Russian Seasons. Recently, Mr. Tedaldi danced the lead in the North American premiere of Spectre de la Rose by Marco Goecke. 

In 2009, Mr. Tedaldi was both a finalist and a second place winner in the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts: YoungArts week. In 2008, he was named Scholarship Laureate of the Prix de Lausanne.  


Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 
“Corps member Dylan Tedaldi's White Rabbit was a constant delight; definitely a talent to watch.” Toronto Star, 2012 

“The central male trio (Stephen, Saye and Tedaldi) with its complex, lightning fast, staccato manipulations, brought down the house.” The Globe and Mail, 2010

“As the travelling dancers, standing in for the bard’s player king and queen, Elena Lobsanova and Dylan Tedaldi bring a showy sensuousness to their performance” Toronto Sun, 2012