English dancer Anna Rose O’Sullivan is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. She trained at The Royal Ballet School and joined the Company in December 2012.
O’Sullivan was born in Harrow and began dancing aged two, training locally before joining The Royal Ballet School, White Lodge. Early performances included the lead role of Sara Crewe in A Little Princess for London Children’s Ballet and Cosette (Les Misérables) and in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on the West End. Roles at the School included a Principal role in Alastair Marriott’s Simple Symphony, pas de deux (Don Quixote) at La Fenice, Venice, and pas de deux (Rhapsody) at Buckingham Palace. Awards include the April Olrich Award for Dynamic Performance and the Phyllis Bedells Bursary (Royal Academy of Dance). In 2010 she reached the finals in the Genée International Ballet Competition and in 2011 won The Royal Ballet School Achievement Award, the Director’s Prize for most promising student and Young British Dancer of the Year.
O’Sullivan’s roles with the Company have included Amour (Don Quixote), Cygnet and pas de trois (Swan Lake) and roles in Symphony in C, La Bayadère, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and The Nutcracker. She created a role in Woolf Works.
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Anna Rose O'Sullivan and Marcelino Sambé join the Company as Artists.