Sofia Ross

Actor | Singer | Dancer | Teacher

A Bit About Sofia...

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Sofia has been a performer her whole life: her first dance class was at three y/o doing Bharatanatyam Indian dance; she sang with mom before she could talk; began playing violin at four y/o (inspired by Elmo); & directed her friends in self-written plays after school.

All these years later, Sofia is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory, where she earned her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre, magna cum laude. While at BoCo, she gained the opportunity to be a part of several student- and faculty-directed productions. 

Additionally, Sofia was recently seen at Goodspeed Opera House's 15th Annual Festival of New Musicals, where her love for participating in new works grew even greater.

In addition to performing, Sofia is passionate about teaching. She recently worked for the 92Y's Camps as a Music Teacher; and co-created a Summer Theatre Workshop for students ages 8-14 which she has been running the past few years. Throughout quarantine, she has also created her own "performing arts studio" teaching private lessons in voice, acting, dance, and audition preparation to young performers. Find more information here

Sofia currently resides in New York City -- creating a living doing what she loves to do most!

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Sofia's performance in a new musical, 

A Million Aisles Away at the Five Angels Theatre.

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