Danielle Rowe, dancer
Born in Adelaide, Australia, Danielle Rowe trained at the Australian Ballet School before joining the Australian Ballet in 2001, where she danced for ten years as a Principal. In 2011, Danielle left Australia to join the Houston Ballet and in 2012 moved again to join the prestigious Nederlands Dans Theater. Rowe has performed in a large variety of works and worked intimately with many acclaimed choreographers, notably Jiri Kylian, Medhi Walerski, Crystal Pite, Wayne McGregor, Paul Lightfoot, Sol Leon and Alexander Eckman. Since moving to San Francisco in July 2015, she has worked with the San Francisco Dance Film Festival dancing in a short film titled Mad Scene 2.0, danced and choreographed for SFDanceworks, DanceFAR and choreographed for Diablo Ballet and Berkeley Ballet Theater.