Tiffany Mosher was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and trained
at the Scotia Dance Studios in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and Canada’s National
Ballet School. Ms. Mosher joined The National Ballet of Canada in 1999 as a RBC
Apprentice and was promoted to Second Soloist in 2013.
Ms. Mosher’s repertoire includes Her Other Stepsister in Cinderella, Spanish Princess in Swan Lake, First and Second Fairy in The Sleeping Beauty and Anita in West Side Story Suite as well as roles
in Giselle, The Nutcracker,
Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew, Onegin, Don Quixote, Alice’s
Adventures in Wonderland, Madame Butterfly, Carmen, The Firebird, Nijinsky,
The Four Seasons, The Dream, Les Sylphides, Song
of the Earth, Glass Pieces, Hamlet, Opus
19/The Dreamer, Jewels,
The Four Temperaments, Symphony in C, Theme and Variations,
Apollo, In The Upper Room, Emergence and 24 Preludes by
Chopin. Recently, Ms. Mosher danced in the world premiere of ... black
night’s bright day ... choreographedby James Kudelka.
Ms. Mosher was awarded the Peter Dwyer Award in 1999 while a
student at Canada’s National Ballet School.
The Sleeping Beauty
“the Pussycats are caricatures mauling each other far more zealously than usual. Tiffany Mosher and James Leja were very funny and had the audiences laughing”
Dance Europe, 2010
“Second Soloist Tiffany Mosher made for a charmingly youthful nurse” The Toronto Star, 2013
“In the ones to watch department, Sheep Tiffany Mosher demonstrated a clean execution of a very difficult variation.” The Globe and Mail, 2005