Supported By: Richard Murphy & Kay Lee and Rella Consultants
From: Christchurch, New Zealand
Training: New Zealand School of Dance
Emma-Rose Barrowclough is a Young Artist with West Australian Ballet.
Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, Emma-Rose trained with Anna Lee and Anneliese Gilberd before moving to Wellington to join the New Zealand School of Dance full-time at the age of 16.
Emma-Rose’s accomplishments include the training programme for the Royal New Zealand Ballet, entry into the Genée International Ballet Competition in Sydney in 2016 and a tuition scholarship to study at Canada’s National Ballet School in Toronto.
Emma Rose’s repertoire includes Jiří Bubeníček’s Dance Gallantries, George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante, Kenneth MacMillan’s Concerto, Anna-Marie Holmes’ production of Paquita and Helgi Tomasson’s Meistens Mozart.
After graduating from the New Zealand School of Dance with a Diploma in Dance Performance, Emma-Rose is excited to have joined West Australian Ballet as a Young Artist.
In her spare time, Emma-Rose enjoys cooking, reading and exploring beautiful outdoor places.