Tiffany Desrosiers
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Tiffany Desrosiers

Langley, British Columbia, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2005 | SELF | AFM

Langley, British Columbia, Canada | SELF | AFM
Established on Jan, 2005
Solo Pop Adult Contemporary




"Tiffany Desrosiers: Fearless"

Fearless – Tiffany Desrosiers
Release Date: April 6th, 2015

Track Listing:

1. Fearless
2. Tears for the Rain
3. Forever in Heaven
4. Love’s a Losing Game
5. Till I Get Over You
6. The World Is Ours

Growing up in Langley, British Columbia, Tiffany Desrosiers has been blessed with musical talent since her early years. Training with renowned voice coach, Seth Riggs (known for working with Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, and Stevie Wonder), her voice rejuvenates the label of contemporary music through her brilliance in both classical opera and pop. She is not a singer, but a vocalist, and anyone who has ever played the part of Queen of the Night in “The Magic Flute” can agree. With the release of her latest EP, Fearless, Desrosiers surprises listeners with a courageous rendition of heartbreak and the perils of love.

There are two things I absolutely love about Fearless. The first is that the album is insanely catchy – so insanely catchy that even Carly Rae Jepsen would be envious. The album puts all pop wannabes in their place with its upbeat melodies, head-bopping bass, and irresistible choruses that you just can’t help playing over and over. The title track, “Fearless,” is without question the best song of the album, blowing me away with how addicting a song can be on its first play. “Fearless” has all the components that make a Top 10 chart breaker, and it proves that she can be a threat when the time comes. However, what pushes this song above and beyond is the fact that the lyrics are just as good as the song. “A prisoner of my memories / You touch me and the shackles fall apart,” she laments about her love. “Pretending that my heart is steel / When deep inside it’s porcelain.”

The second thing I love about the album is nothing more than Desrosiers’ voice. As a classically trained musician with a soft spot for opera, I know a powerhouse voice when I hear one. Her vocals are throaty and modulated, soft enough to stroke flames but also booming with enough power to light up a city grid. However, I can’t deny hiding my disappointment in how her voice is presented in the album. She is extremely talented and can do much better than short-breathed, narrow-ranged pop styles, such as that in “The World Is Ours” or “Till I Get Over You.” Don’t get me wrong – I’m obsessed with the album, but these songs don’t demonstrate what Desrosiers’ world-class pipes are capable of and listeners who aren’t familiar with her previous work may falsely mistake her for another mainstream pop artist.

Fearless is a heavy-hitting EP, with more than enough singles ready to make an international radio debut. It’s an impressive release, especially when every song is as catchy as the next. It pains me that Desrosiers’ popularity is so overdue, but she has mastered her voice and is well on her way to becoming a superstar. - Si Jia Wen - The Permanent Rain Press

"The Garage: More than the usual clatter coming from Bejar’s Destroyer"

The current song from Tiffany Desrosiers’ Fearless EP is The World Is Ours. Desrosiers’ voice is bold atop a dance-pop track. It’s possible to imagine Whitney Houston doing it. - Tom Harrison - The Province

"Vancouver music release roundup - spring edition"

Title: Fearless Fearless album art
Artist(s): Tiffany Desrosiers
Genre: Pop / EDM
Label: Self-released
Sample: Stream the full EP
Vancouver popera goddess Tiffany Desrosiers had a good time making her new EP, that isn’t hard to tell. All of her vocal performances come with a technical confidence that most singers will simply never have, which frees her to command her music from mountaintops, and she commands you to dance. Fearless climbs to its peak on “Love’s a Losing Game,” a power-ballad with a serious hook. “The World Is Ours”’s swirling melisma of ooos flaunts the best opera-crossover moment, a memorable piece of ear candy that you get to keep. -NL - Nick Laba - Vancouver Observer

"It's all about living Fearlessly"

For a woman who has been relentlessly chasing her dream of becoming an internationally known singer-songwriter, it may just be the perfect metaphor.

Langley’s Tiffany Desrosiers’ latest single — Fearless — released last month with a professionally shot and edited music video, is all about pushing boundaries and facing down the fears that prevent people from reaching their full potential.

The music video takes audiences on a journey with three characters — Vikings — who are faced with the task of overcoming darkness in their world and conjuring light and beauty.

Shot over two days last summer in Stanley Park and at Squamish, the video opens on Desrosiers, in a long, flowing white gown, walking through a sun-dappled forest while, elsewhere, a trio of helmeted men, clothed in furs and with painted faces, paddle ashore and then set off running through the woods. However, the forest that the men inhabit is a dark and foreboding place — in stark contrast to Desrosier’s bright and welcoming surroundings.

As the Vikings light a fire against the darkness, the two scenes meld into one.

The song infuses modern pop, electronic dance music and dubstep production elements, with a classical flair and influence, and carries this unique fusion over into the music video.

Developing a concept for the video was a collaborative effort, said the artist over the phone during a break from her day job with the Surrey school district.

“I came up with a story with certain images that I wanted. I envisioned me arriving in a boat on the shore of some kind of island, with elements of a love story, running through the forest.”

But the guys at Brass Tacks Films weren’t completely sold.

“They said, ‘love stories are so overdone,” said Desrosiers.

“I wanted an old-fashioned, 18th century flair. They were so into Game of Thrones and the whole fantasy genre.”

“They took my concept and made it a lot more interesting.

“Ideally, your hope is for the video to enhance the song and complement what the song means,” she said.

And she’s satisfied that this is the case with Fearless.

Of course, the whole point of releasing a single and going to all the effort and expense of making a video is to get the song played.

It is getting good traction on the radio in the United States, said Desrosiers, noting the song has reached number 162 on the top 200 chart in the U.S.

But with TV music channels being as much about reality programming now as they are about playing music videos, getting an independent video to air is challenging to say the least.

Luckily, the Internet has a global reach — as long as word about the video gets around.

Fearless, released last month on Youtube is the first single of a pop/dance trilogy with producer Troy Samson, which the artist describes as an uplifting, poppy infusion of Sia Furler and Celine Dion.

The second single is due to be released soon.

Desrosiers “Fearless” music video can be viewed on Youtube. The song is available for purchase on iTunes. - Langley Times

"A night at the 'popera'"

Langley Community Music School welcomes Vivace to the Rose Gellert Hall on Saturday, May 25, at 7:30 p.m.

This modern combination of four unique and exceptional singers includes Melody Mecredi, LCMS alumna Tiffany Desrosiers, Marc Devigne and DJ Calhoun.

Pianist Marcel Bergmann will also join the group.

“If you enjoy the likes of The Tenors and Il Divo, our ensemble is the latest addition to the classical crossover/popera genre. We are comprised of two ladies and two men, with two opera singers and two pop singers,” said Desrosiers.

“The stirring combination of powerful male voices and emotionally driven female vocals sets our thrilling group apart from all others.”

The evening’s musical choices vary anywhere in style from a new spin on the operatic aria, O sole mio, to the pop driven Adele song, Someone Like You.

It will also include some of the greatest hits of opera, musical and other genres — from Puccini’s beloved Nessun’ dorma to Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.

“LCMS is very proud of their alumni and are happy to support them in their professional careers, and we’re excited to welcome alumnus Tiffany Desrosiers to perform with Vivace,” said Elizabeth Bergmann, artistic director concerts at LCMS.

“Our concert series provides a wonderful opportunity for young artists to perform on our stage, and the school enjoys following these artists as they embark on and grow in their careers.”

The Rose Gellert Hall concert season is sponsored by Hub Insurance. This concert is also made possible through a donation from Ledcor.

Tickets are $22 for adults, $20 for seniors, and $16 for students.

Call the box office for tickets at 604-534-2848. The Rose Gellert Hall is located at 4899 207 St. - The Langley Times

"Busy Year For Langley Has Talent 2011 Winner"

The past year has been a busy one for Langley's Tiffany Desrosiers.

Since winning the first annual Langley Has Talent competition last spring, the 25-year-old singer has been on tour in various parts of the U.S. and Canada — traveling down the west coast from Washington to California, through South Carolina and Wyoming and into the eastern provinces.

Over the last 12 months, she has also been a part of two classical crossover groups and released a video for her song, Rise Above, on YouTube.

And, last Christmas, she performed at a Surrey event headlined by Fefe Dobson and These Kids Wear Crowns.

"I've also been taking Logic Pro lessons, to learn how to record," said Desrosiers, who will perform this Saturday night at Christian Life Assembly, where the winner of the second annual talent contest will be named from among the 13 finalists selected on April 21.

Desrosiers first learned about the Langley Has Talent contest through a friend of her mother's, she explained.

Although she'd already begun making a name for herself around the Lower Mainland, she liked the idea of competing in her home town.

"I thought (LHT) would be an awesome opportunity because it was a local competition," said the singer. "There aren't a lot of really local ones — they're few and far between — so it's always cool when they come up."

The fact it is a variety show and not simply a singing competition appealed to her as well, she said.

For taking the top spot in last year's contest — with her rendition of the Leonard Cohen hit, Hallelujah — Desrosiers won a $2,500 cash prize and recording time at Blue Frog Studios in White Rock, which she plans to use only when she has exactly the right song.

She also appeared as a musical guest on Shaw Cable's Urban Rush.

Although the opportunity to win cash and recording time were definitely factors in her decision to compete, Desrosiers also appreciated the atmosphere of the event — the camaraderie among the performers — she said.

"Backstage, we were singing and hanging out before we went on. It's good to hear other local talent and to make connections for possible future collaborations."

The singer's advice for this year's finalists is to look at the contest as simply an opportunity to get up and perform.

"Get your mind away from trying to win it, and just enjoy it," she said. "Perform like it's not a competition."

Sponsored by Langley's four Rotary Clubs and organized by Langley Ukulele Ensemble director, Peter Luongo, the aim of the annual Langley Has Talent contest is to raise awareness of the need for a performing arts centre in Langley, and to help build a legacy fund toward the construction of a facility similar to the Surrey Arts Centre, which is located in Bear Creek Park.

The finals of the second annual Langley Has Talent contest take place this Saturday night, May 5, at Christian Life Assembly, 21277 56 Ave. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show begins at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $20, and are available 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Hwy., or anytime online at - Langley Times

"Chamber of Commerce: Young Singer Entertains"

Young Willoughby singing sensation Cole Armour, who entertained the business crowd at last year's Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Christmas dinner, is a tough act to follow.

But Langley's own Tiffany Desrosiers is going to give it a try later this month, when the young entertainer who sang the song for the opening and closing ceremonies of the BC Summer Games takes to the stage.

The 23-year-old Murrayville singer and songwriter released her self-ititled album last year, and this year made her presence known to thousands when she performed Because We Dream for the Games.

Desrosiers has shared the stage with acts such as David Foster, Ben Harper, Jackson Browne, Bobby Kimball (Toto), Loverboy, Colin James, Canadian Tenors, Jully Black, and Destino.

She is a versatile performer and has the rare talent to cross over and sing both classical and contemporary styles.

And without question, her performance at the chamber meeting promises to please.

This chamber dinner, where the H.D. Stafford Good Citizen of the Year award will also be presented, is set to occur on Tuesday, Dec. 14, at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre.

"We are very excited about this year's holiday entertainment," said chamber president Milt Kruger.

In addition to the obvious entertainment components of the night, the chamber's thrown something a little fun and wacky into the mix.

Guests are encouraged to wear a tacky Christmas sweater or tie - an addition that promises to amuse.

Tickets for the turkey dinner and evening are $45 for non-member, and $30 for chamber members, and available from the chamber office before next Friday, Dec. 10.

Those interested can call 604-530-6656, or by email
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- Langley Advance: Roxanne Hooper

"Opening and closing ceremonies: Special Games song written for Langley"

Ink is still drying on Tiffany Desrosiers’ music degree, and the 23-year-old Murrayville singer is already ramping up what she hopes will become an illustrious and long music career for herself.
So an unexpected invitation to sing for the BC Summer Games in her own hometown came at a perfect time, Desrosiers said.
“When I first received the phone call, I was so excited to be considered for such a large Langley event,” she told the Langley Advance.
“It means a lot to me to have the opportunity to contribute to making the Games a lasting memory,” Desrosiers added.
Back in March, she was approached by Susan Magnusson, principal of the Langley Community Music School, and asked to record and perform a song called Because We Dream, specially written for the Games in Langley by former music school teacher and Loverboy keyboardist Doug Johnson and his writing partner Don Wells.
“It’s been interesting that almost all of my musical connections have approached me from outside Langley, and I would very much welcome the opportunity to work with and be recognized by local people,” Desrosiers said.
Since the Games board wanted to feature someone local performing this special song, Magnusson hunted out a “talented young lady” who started voice lessons at the school at age nine, and who went on to represent the school at regional, provincial, and even national music festivals until she was 20.
Desrosiers has been studying a combination of classical and contemporary music for more than 12 years, having just completed her fourth year of classical opera studies at the University of B.C.
The local singer released her self-titled solo album last year (available at, and is currently a singer/performer with two classical crossover groups, Il Voce and Classical Nouveaux.
“The opportunity to work with Doug Johnson of Loverboy was pretty exciting. My parents grew up on their music and I knew that with Doug’s reputation he would put together something great, and it is. Also, representing Langley in an event where the whole community, not to mention the whole province is involved, was very enticing,” Desrosiers said. “I was honoured to have been chosen.”
Admittedly, the chance to work with Johnson was almost motivation enough for her to take on the project. But hearing the lyrics and music cinched Desrosiers’ decision.
“I love how the title and lyrics totally tie into the Games because it’s all about dreams and motivation. I think there should be more songs written out there that are positive, uplifting and inspiring,” she said.
Johnson seemed equally pleased with the chance to meet and work with Desrosiers.
“I also had the absolute privilege to work with Tiffany Desrosiers, a soulful and highly competent vocalist. She is a native of Langley and I’m sure we will hear much more from her in the coming years.”
Because We Dream was first performed by Desrosiers publicly during the torchlighting ceremonies at the Langley Events Centre in April, and she will perform it again live at both the opening and closing ceremonies.
As well, this song will be available free for athletes to upload during the Games, and Desrosiers is hopeful this performance attracts some new fans – both young and old.
“I consider every opportunity to perform an opportunity to create a fan base and have my voice heard,” she said. “Plus, I think it’s important because local performers represent the talent that is available in this community. It shows that Langley’s abilities are not restricted to athletics or sporting events only, but that other areas of individual and group talent are also present and willing to contribute.”
“We wrestled (pardon the pun) with a few ideas and then finally settled on the question and answer approach,” songwriter Doug Johnson said.
“The lyrics… are fairly self-explanatory … This song was written to inspire not only athletes, but everybody to pursue their ‘dreams’. It’s ‘because we dream’ that we take action to achieve… it’s the journey of pursuing the dream that is in and of itself sufficient to build strength of character. This can be applied to sports, music, whatever is worthy of dedication.”
- Langley Advance: Roxanne Hooper


THE LANGLEY TIMES - July 8, 2005
Rising Star Takes Centre Stage
By Kristyl Cahill

Langley teen Tiffany Desrosiers just finished performing with the Canadian Tenors and is now working on her first CD. While only 18 years old, Desrosiers is ready to take her singing talent as far as it will go.
On June 24, 2005 Langley teen Tiffany Desrosiers was given the chance of a lifetime. The 18-year-old aspiring, classical singer was chosen to perform onstage at the Central Heights Church in Abbotsford, with the Canadian Tenors.
The Canadian Tenors are a new, talented group of young, classical musicians who are taking the Pop-Opera (the infusion of pop with opera) world by storm, capturing the attention of classical music fans and critics all across North America.
"Performing with them was so much fun," said Desrosiers. "As I stood beside them I made sure to take in, and enjoy every minute of the experience. They are very talented, and I was honoured for the chance to sing with them."
Canadian Tenor Craig Ashton tells The Times that he was mesmerized by Desrosier's voice and was delighted to have her perform on stage with them. "She is the complete package as we say in the business," said Ashton. "I was fortunate enough to be given Tiffany's demo CD and am so impressed by this young artist. She is definitely a rising star, with the voice of an angel, and I think the world should look out for this young lady!"
It was Desrosiers' manager Su Bailey, who convinced the concert's organizers to take a chance on the newcomer and let her perform. Bailey is no stranger to raw talent, as she has worked closely with several well known musicians over the years and has toured with world renowned artists, like Matthew Good and KD Lange. Although Desrosiers was the only newcomer at the event, Bailey said she blew everyone away with her stage presence and beautiful voice.
"On a stage of professionals she conducted herself with professionalism and grace," said Bailey. "She's talented, extremely hard working and has everything it takes to be a successful singer."
Desrosiers' love for singing sparked at a very young age. When she was only two years old she would bellow out nursery rhymes in perfect key, impressing all of her family members. By the time she was eight, her grandmother, a singer herself, encouraged her to take vocal lessons to explore her talent. She signed up for the lessons not knowing that they'd lead her to her passion.
"At first I didn't take it too seriously but as I took more lessons and my voice strengthened I realized that it was something I'd really like to do."
Attending an N'SYNC concert confirmed her decision to make singing her career.
"The energy and atmosphere at the concert was really amazing,"she said. When they came up on stage and [the crowd] erupted in applause was really exciting."
Now she is 18 and already has several accomplishments under her belt. Desrosiers took first place in the Intermediate Voice category at the B.C. Festival of the Arts and has received several scholarships.
While most girls her age admire pop sensations Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson, Desrosiers has chosen classical singer Josh Groban as her musical icon. When Josh Groban first came out, my vocal coach though that my natural voice suited his style of music so I began to listen to him," said Desrosiers.
"His technique is impeccable. He was awesome when he first came out and he keeps getting better and better. When I saw him live, I was completely infatuated by the power of his voice. I have such respect and admiration for him. He was the first singer I can remember that gave me chills."
She tells The Times that she would like to see more teens listening to classical music and hopes to be part of that influence. "I would definitely love to be involved in bridging the gap by helping youth to appreciate and understand classical music."
Between balancing her university classes at Trinity Western University, performing in concerts and the hours that she spends rehearsing; Desrosiers has very little time left over for a social life.
"Most of my spare time is dedicated to my music but I really don't mind," said Desrosiers. I know the industry is very competitive so I want to be prepared for that challenge."
Currently, she can be found most days in the studio working on her very first demo album that she aims to have finished this year. Once that is completed she plans to get out there and perform in as many venues as she can.
"I want everyone to know who I am and reach as many people as possible."
- The Langley Times - by Kristyl Cahill



THE LANGLEY TIMES, by Brenda Anderson

February 9, 2007

When it comes to making plans for the weekend, most 20-year-olds don't figure on a last-minute invitation to perform in front of a sold-out house for a world-famous composer and music producer.

But Tiffany Desrosiers is far from typical.

Following an 11th-hour phone call from Vancouver-based music producer Su Bailey, the young Langley vocalist was on her way to perform The Prayer, Feb. 3, alongside Fort St. James' Cody Karey, during "An Evening with David Foster." The night was part of Victoria's Independent Film and Video Festival.

Karey, 16, was a regional finalist in the David Foster Star Search competition, where contestants vied for a chance to perform at a celebrity-laden September 2006 gala in support of Foster's charity, benefiting families of children undergoing organ transplants.

Desrosiers was named first runner up in another of the Star Search regional competitions, held in Victoria.

Despite never having sung together before, or ever having met, for that matter, the duo received high praise for their performance in Victoria last weekend.

"They nailed it. They got a standing ovation," reported Bailey.

The evening included a question and answer session between Foster and West Coast actor/music journalist Terry David Mulligan, along with performances of movie music composed by Foster.

"He wanted some young performers involved, because that's what David's all about," said Bailey.

Foster selected The Prayer and I Will Always Love You, because both songs appear on the soundtracks of motion pictures, she explained.

The Prayer, by Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli, was featured in 1998's animated feature Quest for Camelot, and I Will Always Love You, was made famous by Whitney Houston during her turn as a diva under duress in The Bodyguard (1992).

The young singers were obvious choices for the duet because of their solid, pop-opera vocal style, explained Bailey.

Both Karey and Desrosiers impressed the producer with their professionalism throughout the last-minute affair.

"I got the call on Wednesday and had Cody fly in," explained Bailey. "They'd never met. They were great, stunning. They rehearsed and they rehearsed and they rehearsed. They both have (music) careers ahead of them. It's just a matter of which way (stylistically) they go."

This wasn't Desrosiers' first encounter with the difficult song.

"I'd sung it a year or two before at a wedding," she said. "My Italian was rusty, so I had to relearn that."

Despite the four-year age gap, in Karey, the Langley woman found a more-than-capable partner.

"Cody knows the song cold," said Desrosiers. "It went really well the first time through, thank goodness." "He has such a great voice. By the second time through, we had it."

After that, she said, it was just a matter of getting their harmonies to click with the music track and aligning their Italian vowels.

As unlooked-for an opportunity as it was, Desrosiers has no idea whether she will be given another chance to perform in front of the music mogul.

But, she added, if David Foster's Star Search returns for a second season this summer, she's "definitely interested in trying out" again.

In the meantime, the singer is studying music at Trinity Western University and has recorded two songs which she hopes to get into rotation on radio.

Saturday's performance can be viewed on Desrosiers' MySpace website at - The Langley Times, by Brenda Anderson




Murrayville's Tiffany Desrosiers honoured one of her biggest musical inspirations in song last weekend.

February 9, 2007

Even though Tiffany Desrosiers was nursing a flu, there was nothing that would stop her from accepting an impromptu invitation to sing with world-renowned music producer David Foster this past weekend in Victoria.

The call came Tuesday, and her flu was a distant memory by the time she took the stage Saturday night to sing Foster's song The Prayer along side 17-year-old Cody Karey of Fort St. James.

The performance was part of the Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival's tribute to one of Canada's greatest contributions to the world of music - David Foster.

The evening, hosted by Terry David Mulligan, consisted of images and sound clips from significant milestones in Foster's life.

Part of that tribute included performances of several of Foster's songs. And that's where the young duo came in.

While Karey was familiar with The Prayer, Desrosiers, 20, was not as apt. She had not sung the song in a few years, not since a friend's wedding in 2004. So it took some serious rehearsing.

But the duet went off without a hitch, moving not only Foster who accompanied them on piano, but the crowd of some 400 people who leapt to their feet for a standing ovation at the end.

"Knowing the great big heart that David Foster has for young people, it does not surprise me that at the last minute, he has decided to share the stage with the next generation of talent." said Kathy Kay, the festival's director. "I can't think of a more moving finale than David and these three up and coming stars."

In addition to Desrosiers and Karey's performance, Foster was accompanied by 16-year-old Alisha Pillay of Surrey who won Foster's Star Search in 2005.

"It was an awesome experience to be invited to sing The Prayer in honour of David Foster and his contribution to the world of music. David Foster's music has always been a huge inspiration to me. It was very cool to be in the presence of a genius," said the Murrayville singer-songwriter.

Desrosiers has been singing since infancy, or shortly there after, and began her first singing lessons at age nine. She now sings a mix of classical and pop music and is learning eight opera pieces for the Kiwanis Music Festival in April.

In her second year of music studies at Trinity Western University, Desrosiers first met Foster last July, during his Star Search competition.

Since she was in Las Vegas for voice training and vacation at the time of the Star Search competitions in Langley, she was given the opportunity to compete in the Vancouver Island regionals in Victoria a few days later.
While she only earned first runner-up in that competition, it was her appearance last July that earned her an invitation back this month for this event. - The Langley Advance, by Roxanne Hooper



2006 David Foster Star Search Runner Up Tiffany Desrosiers Hits the Dance Floor With a Club Version of the Diane Warren-Penned Bad English Classic 'When I See You Smile'

Among The Re-Mixers On Board Are The U.K.'s Future Freakz (Akon) and Klubjumpers (L'il Wayne, Michael Buble)

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- 23-year-old Canadian vocal sensation Tiffany Desrosiers, runner up in the 2006 David Foster Star Search Competition in British Columbia, 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 are being created by an exciting batch of top remixers, including the U.K.'s Future Freakz (Akon) and Klubjumpers (L'il Wayne, Michael Buble); there will be five remixed versions in all. The original track was produced by engineer Sam Ryan of SOS Music in Vancouver, who also helmed Desrosiers' new independently released self-titled adult contemporary debut album. Ryan's credits include classical crossover group Destino and pop singer Brooke Nolan.

Released by Dauman Music and distributed by Federal Distribution in association with the Universal Music Group, "When I See You Smile" is, ironically enough, Jason Dauman's second dance chart success in a year with a singer named Tiffany. In 2009, 80s teen pop queen Tiffany returned to the charts with "Higher" and "Just Another Day," both released by Dauman Music.
"Jason has great success in dance music, and at first he presented me with a handful of original songs," says Desrosiers, a trained opera singer who began vocal lessons at age nine. "But we thought it might be cooler to launch with a remake of a song people were already familiar with but had never been done this way. I've always loved pop music, and we both felt that 'When I See You Smile' was a perfect fit, a great crossover song for me."
The versatile performer, who was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and moved to Langley, British Columbia at age 6, first came to prominence in her native country via The David Foster Star Search 2006, a fundraising initiative in support of families of children requiring organ donations. Desrosiers was runner-up in the Victoria region and subsequently invited by the Foster camp to sing "The Prayer" at the Victoria Independent Film Festival in 2007, and again in 2008 at "An Evening of Great Canadian Achievement" honoring Foster and presented by the C.H.I.L.D. Foundation.

Desrosiers is a frequent guest performer with Classical Nouveaux, a classical crossover group, which performs regularly throughout British Columbia. On February 19, as part of an official event of the 2010 Winter Olympics put on by the Olympic Committee, the ensemble will be opening for Jully Black and Alex Cuba at the Celebration Site of the Games in Surrey's Holland Park.

Desrosiers also performs with the Canadian classical crossover vocal group Il Voce.

Dauman says, "I expect Tiffany to appeal to a wide scope of formatted clubs and this club anthem blazer will precipitate a showering of enthusiasm! A charming vocal and a classic song makes for a great introductory to Tiffany's work."



'Fearless' EP available on CD Baby and iTunes:

Self-titled debut CD available on CD Baby and iTunes:

Single 'High' written by Tiffany Desrosiers, Anthony Anderson, and Steve Smith:



Tiffany Desrosiers

Tiffany has shared the stage with David Foster, Mark Masri, Ben Harper, Jackson Browne, Bobby Kimball (Toto), Loverboy, Colin James, Jully Black, the former Canadian Tenors, Destino, Cody Karey, and Jarvis Church (Philosopher Kings). She was first runner-up in the Victoria region of the David Foster Star Search which later led to invitations by the Foster team to perform “The Prayer” in Foster’s honor. Tiffany has collaborated as a background vocalist on recordings for Rita MacNeil, Mýa and Melanie B (Spice Girls), and has stepped in as a sub for a past concert for the former Universal/Decca classical crossover group, The Three Graces. Key performances include TEDxVancouver 2012, 2010 Olympics, 2011 Variety Show of Hearts Talent Show, Urban Rush, CTV Canada AM, Canuck Place Charity Event “The Gift of Time,” and Global TV Christmas Show.

Raised in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia, Tiffany made her entree into performing with music, acting and dancing. After landing various TV/film roles such as Shannon McNulty in an episode of the TV series Millennium and mischievous Tina in Disney’s The Ultimate Christmas Present, Tiffany stepped onto a musical pathway that soon became her focus. Her travels led her to train with LA’s legendary vocal coach Seth Riggs (Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder), Dave Stroud in LA, Jeffrey Skousen in Vegas, Wendy Parr in New York, and Spencer Welch in Vancouver. 

In 2014, Tiffany collaborated with local producer/songwriter Troy Samson (Kelly Rowland, Victoria Duffield, Shiloh) and recently released an EP called ‘Fearless.’ The first single on the EP, ‘Fearless,’ is best described as an infusion of Celine Dion, Sia and Demi Lovato, with classical and electronic overtones. “At the time I was experiencing extreme anxiety and fear in a relationship I was neck deep in. I was head over heels for someone and was so afraid of rejection that my natural reaction was to pull back. I opened up to Troy about it and he presented the idea of being ‘Fearless’ to me,” states Tiffany. The next two singles, ‘Tears for the Rain’ and ‘Til I Get Over You’ were follow-up songs, creating a trilogy within the EP. Tiffany travelled to Toronto just over a year ago for a week of songwriting, and one song that spawned from the trip was, ‘Love’s a Losing Game’ with writers Jesse Weeks and Arun Chaturvedi. Arun produced this song, and Troy was the producer behind the five other album songs. ‘Love’s a Losing Game’ is a current finalist in the Vocal Performance category of the 2015 Unsigned Only competition and Pop/Dance single, ‘Fearless’ is a Video Performance finalist. An early release of “Fearless” was a finalist in the Vocal Performance category and a semi-finalist in the Pop category of the worldwide 2013 Unsigned Only competition. 

In the Spring of 2015, Tiffany drove across Canada to meet with music directors from 43 radio stations to promote ‘Fearless.’ “It felt like I was able to cross ‘road trip across Canada’ off my bucket list, while exploring cities and provinces I had never seen before and promoting my album at the same time.” In between the radio tour schedule, Tiffany also performed concerts with her group Vivace in Florida, Tennessee, New York, West Virginia and New Mexico. 

In 2009, Tiffany collaborated with the writing/producing team SOS Productions and released her self-titled debut album. In 2010, she released a club version of “When I See You Smile,” the classic 1989 power ballad penned by Diane Warren and originally recorded by Bad English. The single reached the top 10 on the UK pop club charts. 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 Bublé). 

Tiffany made her presence known to thousands when she was hand-picked to perform the theme song “Because We Dream” at the 2010 BC Summer Games. Written by Doug Johnson (Loverboy) and Don Wells, Tiffany performed the song at both the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Games for an audience of 10,000 people. 

Tiffany’s unique ability to sing both pop and classical styles has led to performance and touring opportunities with popera group, Vivace, a new and exceptional addition to the classical crossover scene. 

A graduate from the University of British Columbia Bachelor of Music program, Tiffany won the BC Provincials on three separate occasions, and later went on to represent British Columbia in the Nationals. In June 2012, Tiffany performed the famously difficult role of the Queen of the Night in the Vancouver Academy of Music’s production of “The Magic Flute.”

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