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Leticia Stock

First Artist of The Royal Ballet

Biography

Leticia Stock in action.
Leticia Stock and Nehemiah Kish in Viscera, The Royal Ballet © 2015 ROH. Photograph by Tristram Kenton

Brazilian dancer Leticia Stock is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. She trained at The Royal Ballet Upper School and graduated into the Company in 2009, promoted to First Artist in 2015.

Stock grew up in Rio de Janeiro and began dancing at the age of three. She trained locally at the Maria Olenewa State Dance School and, when her family moved to Europe, at the Teatro Dell’Opera di Roma Ballet School. Aged 16 she won a Prix de Lausanne scholarship to study at The Royal Ballet Upper School and while a student danced in a number of performances with the Company, including Soirée musicale, Napoli divertissements, The Dream, Ashley Page’s Larina Waltz and Wayne McGregor’s i-relations.

Stock’s repertory with the Company includes Clara (The Nutcracker), Fairy of the Song Bird and Fairy of the Crystal Fountain (The Sleeping Beauty), pas de deux (Viscera), cygnet (Swan Lake), pas de six (Giselle) and roles in ‘Emeralds’ (Jewels), Carbon Life, Multiverse, Symphonic Variations, Scènes de ballet and Metamorphosis: Titian 2012. She has created roles in Liam Scarlett’s Asphodel Meadows, Sweet Violets and The Age of Anxiety and Wayne McGregor’s Limen and Woolf Works.

She is on a leave of absence in the 2018/19 Season to dance with the Joffrey Ballet.

News and features

#BalletBeauty InstaMeet: Exclusive pictures inside the Royal Ballet dressing rooms

2 June 2016
#BalletBeauty InstaMeet: Exclusive pictures inside the Royal Ballet dressing rooms

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Promotions, joiners and leavers at The Royal Ballet for 2015/16

29 June 2015
Promotions, joiners and leavers at The Royal Ballet for 2015/16

Details of Company changes for the upcoming Season have been announced.

Watch: Spring Season trailer

22 December 2012
Watch: Spring Season trailer

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Photos

Leticia Stock as Clara, Tristan Dyer as Hans Peter and Artists of The Royal Ballet in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leo Dixon, Leticia Stock and Joseph Sissens in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Anna-Rose O’Sullivan and Yasmine Naghdi decorating the Christmas tree in the Paul Hamlyn Hall

Yasmine Nagdhi and Matthew Ball in The Sleeping Beauty, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock as Clara and Artists of The Royal Ballet in The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Anna-Rose O’Sullivan and Yasmine Naghdi decorating the Christmas tree in the Paul Hamlyn Hall

Leticia Stock, Anna-Rose O’Sullivan and Yasmine Naghdi decorating the Christmas tree in the Paul Hamlyn Hall

Marcelino Sambé and Leticia Stock in rehearsal for The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock and Marcelino Sambé in rehearsal for The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock in Ballo della regina, The Royal Ballet

Artists of The Royal Ballet in Ballo della regina

Leticia Stock, Anna-Rose O’Sullivan and Yasmine Naghdi decorating the Christmas tree in the Paul Hamlyn Hall

Leticia Stock and Marcelino Sambé in rehearsal for The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock and Thomas Whitehead in rehearsal for The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Thomas Whitehead and Leticia Stock in rehearsal for The Nutcracker, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Melissa Hamilton, Reece Clarke and Mayara Magri in Symphonic Variations, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Vadim Muntagirov, Melissa Hamilton and Emma Maguire in rehearsal for Symphonic Variations, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Melissa Hamilton and Emma Maguire in rehearsal for Symphonic Variations, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock and Nehemiah Kish in Viscera, The Royal Ballet

Leticia Stock, Reece Clarke, Melissa Hamilton and Mayara Magri in Symphonic Variations

Leticia Stock

Leticia Stock, Anna-Rose O’Sullivan and Yasmine Naghdi decorating the Christmas tree in the Paul Hamlyn Hall