sonata ross


Sonata Ross was born in Fort Collins, Colorado and began dancing at Canyon Concert Ballet at age 13. While training in Colorado, she attended summer programs at University of North Carolina School of the Arts and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Sonata moved to Denver to train in the pre-professional division at Colorado Ballet in 2018. In addition to her training, Sonata has choreographed solos, INFECTIOUS on Pre-Professional dancers at Colorado Ballet, and most prominently, a piece to Hoedown from Aaron Copeland’s Rodeo for the Arapahoe Philharmonic Orchestra. After dancing in the academy for two years, Sonata was invited to join the Studio Company with Colorado Ballet where she danced in the corps de ballet of George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations, Septime Webre’s Wizard of Oz, and classical ballets including Giselle, Romeo and Juliet, and The Nutcracker. This will be her first season as an Apprentice with Colorado Ballet.

Fort Collins, Colorado

Dance Training:
Canyon Concert Ballet
Summer programs with University of North Carolina School of the Arts
and Pacific Northwest Ballet
Colorado Ballet Pre-Professional Division
Colorado Ballet Trainee

1st Place Teen Solo at Bounce! Competition 2018
Top 12 Contemporary and Classical Solos at Youth America Grand Prix 2019

Studio Company, 2020
Apprentice, 2022

Selected Roles and Ballets:
Second Soloist in Les Sylphides
Peasant Pas and Zulma in Giselle
George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations
Septime Webre’s The Wizard of Oz
The Nutcracker
Romeo and Juliet