Rosemary DeIorio grew up in Ocala, FL training both in Ocala and at Pofahl Studios in Gainesville. Later she was invited to train at the Harid Conservatory year-round, where she received three years of rigorous Vaganova ballet training as well as Spanish/Flamenco, Character, Modern, and Jazz. She enjoyed dancing roles such as Waltz Soloist and Mirlitons in The Nutcracker, Raymonda, Giselle friends, and corps works in Le corsair, as well as in modern pieces by choreographers Mark Godden and Lauren Carey. Rosemary graduated Valedictorian and with the Fred Lieberman Award for Excellence. Since joining Dance Alive in 2019, Rosemary is incredibly grateful to be performing both classical contemporary works such as Swan Lake Pas de Trois, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nutcracker pas de deux, and Lady in Red in Carmina Burana, that continue to challenge her not only as a dancer, but as an artist.