Miriam-Rose LeDuc is thrilled to be joining Chicago Repertory Ballet for her third season. As a dancer with the company, she has been featured in several of Wade Schaaf's original ballets, including Illuminations, The Four Seasons, and A Symphony for Hope, in addition to works by Ryan Nye and Shannon Alvis. Other notable performances include guest starring in Bossov Ballet Theatre's Giselle, and dancing in works by George Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, Antony Tudor, Twyla Tharp, and other choreographers at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Ballet with an Outside Field in Performing Arts and Business. Ms. LeDuc also enjoys teaching, and is currently on faculty at the Joffrey Academy of Dance. She has given master classes and taught throughout the Midwest at the Jacobs School of Music, the Beverly Arts Center, and The Academy for the Arts in Spring Arbor, Michigan, among others. Additionally, Miriam-Rose loves to play the violin, compose music, and choreograph.
In the spring of 2017, Miriam-Rose made her choreographic debut in Chicago, premiering two pieces: Morning Song and Reflection. She was invited to perform Reflection at the College of DuPage 3rd Annual Choreography Showcase, in addition to An Evening of F.A.M.E. (Foundation of Artists Mentored in Entertainment), where she placed first in the dance category. She has since created Into Each Life for Project 606, and, most recently, Creekwood for the dancers of Chicago Repertory Ballet, with original music by Matty Mattsson.