Brazilian dancer Leticia Dias is an Artist of The Royal Ballet. She trained at The Royal Ballet School and graduated into Birmingham Royal Ballet in 2015, joining The Royal Ballet as an Artist in 2016.
Dias was born in Rio de Janeiro and trained locally at the Petite Danse School of Dance before joining The Royal Ballet School in 2013, after winning a scholarship at the 2013 Prix de Lausanne. While at the School her performances included a Principal role in Liam Scarlett’s Classical Symphony and a Soloist role in Christopher Wheeldon’s Rush.
Dias’s performances with The Royal Ballet while a student included dancing with the corps de ballet in such works as Don Quixote, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Swan Lake and La Fille mal gardée.
Leticia Dias and artists of the Royal Ballet in class, World Ballet Day 2018
Ashley Dean and artists of The Royal Ballet in rehearsal for La Bayadère, World Ballet Day 2018
Gemma Pitchley-Gale, Romany Pajdak, Ashley Dean, Leticia Dias, Kristen McNally and Mayara Magri in The Concert, The Royal Ballet
Leticia Dias as an Angel in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet.
The Royal Ballet in class, World Ballet Day 2018
Leticia Dias and Chisato Katsura in La Bayadère, The Royal Ballet
Romany Pajdak, Leticia Dias, Kristen McNally, Ashley Dean, Gemma Pitchley-Gale and Mayara Magri in The Concert, The Royal Ballet