Born in Cuba, Ms. Isa Garcia-Rose spent many years in Spain before settling in Miami, Florida. She studied with and became a member of Ballet Concerto performing in Giselle, Swan Lake, La Bayadere, Serenade, Nutcracker, and Les Sylphides. Ms. Garcia-Rose joined Dance Alive National Ballet in 1989, and has performed various Balanchine pieces, 'Titania' in A Midsummer Night's Dream, various roles in Nutcracker, 'Ophelia' in Hamlet, 'LadyBug' in LadyBug: Action Hero, and other contemporary roles. A graduate of the University of Florida with a BFA in Dance, Ms. Garcia-Rose received her MFA from Florida State University. Ms. Garcia-Rose has been a faculty member of the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance teaching classical ballet and modern dance technique. She has created works for the students and has presented pieces at the Florida Dance Festival amongst other venues. Ms. Garcia-Rose spent the 1994-1995 season as a member of the Demetrius Klein Dance Company before rejoining Dance Alive National Ballet. Ms. Garcia-Rose taught classical ballet full time at Florida State University Spring 2007. Ms. Garcia-Rose is certified in Stott Pilates mat and reformer. She has taught master classes in Alabama as well as in other festivals including the Florida Dance Festival in Miami.