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Tiffany Braniff

Tiffany Braniff is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher from Sacramento, California. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in dance where she performed with both BYU’s ballet and modern dance companies. Upon graduation, she went on to perform as a soloist with Dangerous Lorraines Dance Theater from 2007-2011 and then with Lorelei Bayne Dance Projects from 2011-2013. She also trained with Repertory Dance Theater where she had the opportunity to learn solos and duets by Anna Sokolow and Zvi Gotheiner. While attending Laban University in London, England, she studied Graham technique with David Zurak and Limon technique with Gianluca Vincentini. She also had the opportunity to study choreography under the tutelage of Fleur Darkin of Fleur Darkin Dance Theater. 

Prior to moving to the East Coast, Tiffany was on faculty at the Northern California Dance Conservatory and adjunct faculty with California State University, Sacramento. Her ballet and modern choreography has been performed across the nation.

Tiffany is thrilled to be joining The Washington School of Ballet. Her greatest joys in life come from teaching students and sharing her love of dance with them.