Leticia Stock

First Artist of The Royal Ballet


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, Fairy of the Crystal Fountain and White Cat (The Sleeping Beauty), pas de deux (Viscera), cygnet (Swan Lake), pas de six (Giselle), Chencha (Like Water for Chocolate) and roles in ‘Emeralds’ (Jewels), Yugen, 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

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