Ms. Moscicke grew up in Sussex, Wisconsin. She started her training at the age of five at To The Pointe Dance Studio. She continued her training at Milwaukee Ballet School on full scholarship under the direction of Bobby Ball and Rolando Yanes. Her most influential teacher there was Jeanette Makaroff. Ms. Moscicke is a graduate of the Milwaukee Ballet II program and was hired into the Milwaukee Ballet Company in 2005. Ms. Moscicke was also in William Shatner’s documentary Gonzo Ballet choreographed by Margo Sappington while at Milwaukee Ballet.
In 2009, Ms. Moscicke joined the Joffrey Ballet. While at the Joffrey, Ms. Moscicke danced many roles in ballets including William Forsythe’s In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated; Gerald Arpino’s Viva Vivaldi; Antony Tudor’s Lilac Garden; Christopher Wheeldon’s Swan Lake; and Yuri Possokhov’s Bells. In 2018, Ms. Moscicke’s last show with the Joffrey Ballet was in Paris, dancing Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces.
Ms. Moscicke is currently dancing and teaching master classes across the country as a freelance artist. She has also created her own dancewear line called MSeam Apparel.