Lianne Tammi is a professional dancer who has been involved in the dance industry at the young age of five. She has trained extensively in many disciplines which include, but are not limited to, Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Contemporary, Modern, Pointe, and Musical Theatre. For over 11 years, she competed with her local dance studio regionally, nationally, and internationally, earning many prestigious titles, awards as well as scholarships for her versatility and performance quality. Lianne is an honours graduate of the Performance Dance program at Ryerson University. This program has allowed her to work with many well-known teachers such as Nadia Potts Robert Glumbek, and Vicki St-Denys
Lianne recently performed in Ryerson Dances choreographed by James Kudelka. She also took part in many pieces created by her very own colleagues in the Ryerson Theatre School’s Choreographic Works, EnChoreo and New Voices Festival. These shows have also given her the opportunity to showcase her own work. Lianne has performed for Kool and the Gang during the Orange Bowl halftime show and for the David Foster Miracle Gala. She is currently a member of entertainment companies Smash Entertainment and the Diamond Dancers.
In the last eight years, Lianne has been employed as a teacher and choreographer. She joined the National Professional Adjudicators Alliance to further her experience and knowledge of the various aspects of the dance industry. Hardworking, creative, and enthusiastic, she is always striving to learn something new and pass it on to her many students across the province. Her students have been invited to perform at the halftime show for the NBA team, the Toronto Raptors and for the CFL team, the Toronto Argonauts. They also compete all around Canada.
Living in the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada’s leading city in the dance industry, has allowed Lianne to stay up to date with the latest trends in teaching, choreography, and performance.