Giada Rossi Biography
She began her studies at the Ballet Centre School of Florence, with Sabrina Margarolo. In 2005 she got a scholarship from Pierino Ambrosoli Foundation to continue her studies at the National Conservatory in Paris, working with teachers including Christa Charmolu and Claude de Vulpian.
In 2007 she danced Swan Lake with the Leipzig Ballet and then entered the Royal Ballet School. The following year she danced Nutcracker, Elite Syncopation and Dante Sonata with the Birmingham Royal Ballet, with teachers including Antonieta Sibley, Anthony Dowell and the choreographer Wayne McGregor. In 2009 she danced several roles in the classical repertoire with the Royal Ballet Company, taking part in Larina Waltz, choreography by Ashley Page. That year she graduated at the Royal Ballet School and entered the Bordeaux National Opera, taking part in Swan Lake, Coppelia, Nutcracker, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty (Aurora), Raymonda, Paquita (variation), by Charles Jude, Who cares?, by George Balanchine, An American in Paris and Rhapsody in Blue, composed by Gershwin, and several choreographies by Anthony Egea, Mauricio Wainrot and Félix Blaska.
Throughout her training and professional career she has won several grants and dance contests.
In September 2015 she joined the National Dance Company, directed by Joaquín De Luz. In september 2018 she was promoted to soloist under the artistic direction of José Carlos Martínez.