Giacomo Rovero is the new soloist of the Royal Ballet of London

“The Royal Ballet is pleased to announce that Giacomo Rovero has been promoted to the role of soloist as of early February 2024.” Thus, at the end of a performance of ‘The Nutcracker,’ London’s prestigious ballet company announced on social media the appointment of Giacomo Rovero, a brilliant and eclectic 26-year-old dancer from Piacenza, Italy.

When he was only 13 years old, Rovero won the gold medal at the Youth American Grand Prix in New York and from then on decided to devote himself completely to dance. The following year he moved to Germany to perfect at the Hamburg Ballet school and after two years he passed the audition for the Royal Ballet School where he graduated as “Most Outsanding Male Graduate” of the class of 2016 joining the corps de ballet in 2017. Forbes Italy selected him as one of the 100 under 30 emerging in 2018, and Forbes Europe as one of the 30 most influential European under 30 in the Art&Culture category in 2019.

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