Born in Hull, Rose grew up in Northern Ireland and Hertfordshire. She began dancing regularly at age 13, taking ISTD classes at Let’s Dance Academy, St Albans.
In 2017, she was selected for Trinity Laban’s CAT Scheme. Here she discovered her love for contemporary dance, especially floorwork. She worked with Bim Malcomson and Luke Birch, performing their commissioned works at the Bonnie Bird Theatre. She also undertook work experience with Shobana Jeyasingh Dance and was subsequently offered the role of SJD Youth Ambassador.
In 2019, Rose was offered a place at Trinity Laban Conservatoire studying BA (Hons) Contemporary Dance, where she trained in a variety of techniques and worked with Ali Curtis-Jones, Matthew Harding, and Charles Lineham. In her final year, she toured various venues in London, including the main stage at Move It. She also collaborated and performed in a peer-led project surrounding dance and parkour.
Rose has often pursued an interest in the science-arts relationship, choosing to focus her final independent project on chaos, (dis)order, and dance. Following graduation, Rose became an apprentice at Mystic Ballet in Connecticut, USA. Over the MB2 season, she performed multiple roles at Mystic Darkroom.
Outside of dance, Rose enjoys yoga, aerial silks, climbing, travel, surfing and anything beach.
Photo credit: Josh Hawkins
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