With a brilliant capacity for breathing life into lyrics and melodies, Tiffany Desrosiers reveals the sound, soul and spirit of a world-class vocalist on the edge of eminence.
Raised in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and encouraged by her grandmother, Tiffany made her entrée into performing with music, acting and dance classes. From her center stage debut at age nine, numerous opportunities and accolades followed. As first runner-up in the David Foster Star Search, Tiffany impressed Jaymes Foster, (Foster’s sister) who praised her “tremendous voice” as well as her ability to “work the stage and connect with her audience.” The Foster connection continued with an invitation to perform Foster’s “The Prayer” at the Victoria Independent Film Festival and again, at a later date, to honor the composer/musician at “An Evening of Great Canadian Achievement,” presented by The Child Foundation.
Tracking her debut CD with the writing/producing team SOS Productions, Tiffany collaborated as a songwriter on 5 of the 12 songs. A notable cover song on Tiffany’s album is Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” as Tiffany creates a signature interpretation of the song’s dramatic complexity.
Also a recent graduate of the BMUS program at the University of British Columbia, Tiffany was successful in balancing the demands of her rapidly accelerating career with exams and studying. A vocalist who performs in a number of languages -- French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish -- Tiffany has been presented with multiple awards including first place in the National Category for Classical Voice at the British Columbia Provincials. She subsequently represented British Columbia at the National Music Festival in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Tiffany spent the summer of 2007 in a Los Angeles studio with Damon Elliott, (Pink, Beyoncé, Jessica Simpson); shared a benefit bill with Jackson Browne and Ben Harper; performed at the opening night of the Seth Riggs Vocal Camp, sharing the stage with Bobby Kimball. North of the border, she has been featured as a special guest with Destino, and she has shared the stage with Loverboy and Colin James. Lending her talents to a range of fundraising and charity events, Tiffany has endeared herself to a broad span of audiences, and she continues these musical endeavors as a member of the ensemble groups, Classical Nouveaux, and Il Voce. Tiffany was recently asked to perform the theme song of the BC Summer Games at the Opening Ceremonies in July 2010.
Tiffany is about to break big in the dance world with a hot club version of “When I See You Smile,” the classic 1989 power ballad penned by Diane Warren and originally recorded by Bad English. Remixes of the track were created by an exciting batch of top remixers, including the U.K.’s Future Freakz (Akon) and Klubjumpers (L’il Wayne, Michael Buble). The single was recently released on Dauman Music and distributed by Federal Distribution in association with the Universal Music Group.
Soaring vocals, charming magnetism and sincere authenticity: Tiffany Desrosiers is an ascending artist who weaves radiant threads of pop, soul and classical influences into a luminous aural tapestry of power, performance and possibility.
Tiffany's first single was released to Canadian National Radio in May 2009. Her album was released in June 2009 and is currently available on CD Baby.