Anne-Sophie Rodriguez was born in France and started her studies there before moving to the San Francisco Bay Area. She spent most of her training at the San Francisco Ballet School with such renowned teachers as Larisa Sklyanskaya, Irina Jacobson, Jorge Esquivel, and Ricardo Bustamante. She later graduated from Boston Ballet School, having relocated there to study with Madame Tatiana Legat.
After performing soloist roles in her graduation performance, Ms. Rodriguez was invited to join Boston Ballet II where she performed corps de ballet parts in Boston Ballet's expansive repertoire, including Giselle, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Le Corsaire, Cinderella, Dracula and Nutcracker. Her Balanchine repertoire includes Who Cares (Turning Girl solo, and Embraceable You pas de deux), Valse Fantaisie, Serenade, Divertimento #15, Symphony in C (1st and 3rd movements) and Four Temperaments (Melancholic and Phlegmatic). Her contemporary repertoire includes works by Stanton Welch, Nacho Duato, and Lila York. She has also performed with such companies as Tulsa Ballet, The Norwegian National Ballet, The Metropolitan Opera Ballet, and Ballet Internationale.
Her awards include numerous merit scholarships, as well as the Rita A. Gustafson Memorial Scholarship, a San Francisco Ballet Endowment Foundation awarded for outstanding merit and achievement at the San Francisco Ballet School.
Ms. Rodriguez currently dances with Janusphere Dance Company and compani javedani in New York City, and is available for part time and full time work. She is also very happy to be on the faculty of the Ellison Ballet Professional Training Program where she has the opportunity not only to work with mentor Edward Ellison, but also with his dedicated students.
Please email Anne-Sophie to inquire about her availability.