Rodrigo Hermesmeyer

Soloist

Rodrigo Hermesmeyer Soloist

Rodrigo Hermesmeyer started his ballet training at the age of 11 in his hometown of Joinville, Brazil under the care of Marcos Sage.  Since joining Tulsa Ballet in 2010, he has had the privilege of performing in major productions such as John Cranko’s Onegin, dancing the role of Lensky, and the world premiere of Edwaard Liang’s Dorothy and the Prince of Oz, creating the role of Scarecrow. Rodrigo has also been featured in contemporary works such as Luciano Cannito’s Romeo, David Dawson’s A Million Kisses to My Skin, Jorma Elo’s Slice to Sharp, and Wayne McGregor’s Infra, to name a few.  He has created roles in original contemporary works by Ma Cong, Jorma Elo, Nicolo Fonte, Jodie Gates, Adam Hougland, Young Soon Hue, Ashley Page, and Dwight Rhoden.