Anna Rose is a contemporary dancer, choreographer, and singer, hailing from the Shawangunk mountains of New York. She received her early dance training in a variety of classical, folk, and percussive dance forms, and has performed and taught extensively at festivals and venues across the U.S. with The Vanaver Caravan dance company. With them and others, she has appeared at a variety of venues, including Lincoln Center, Jacobs Pillow, Kaatsbaan International Dance Center, and The Egg. After graduating early from high school, Rose moved to New York City where she completed the Professional Studies Program with the José Limón Dance Company, learning and performing Limón’s solo work Maenad, under the tutelage of Carla Maxwell and Ann Vachon.
In 2016, Rose graduated with her BFA in dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts where she choreographed, presented, and performed numerous works. Outside of NYU, Rose’s work has been presented at a variety of venues including Dixon Place (NYC), First Street Gallery (NYC), Florence Dance Festival (Italy), Betonest (Germany), Athens Video Dance Project (Greece), The Courtyard (UK), and White Mountain Dance Festival (NY). At NYU and beyond, Rose has worked with choreographers such as Vita Osojnik, Luke Murphy, Maxine Doyle, Netta Yerushalmy, Gregory Dolbashian, Sandy Silva, Jeanne Bresciani (IDII), Elizabeth Coker, Kay Cummings, and Kyle Mullins Moving Arts.
Rose is currently based in Berlin, where she freelances as a dancer and choreographer, and has had the pleasure of enriching her own practice through continued study and exchange with a variety of international dance artists and companies.