Luciana was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and trained at the Royal Ballet School, going on tour with the Royal Ballet and dancing in Swan Lake and Giselle. She joined Scottish Ballet in 2002.
Since joining the Company, Luciana has danced in Page’s The Nutcracker (Snowflake, Courgette Flower), Cinderella (Godmother, Winter), Fearful Symmetries, The Sleeping Beauty (The Lilac Fairy, Snow White), Pennies From Heaven, Cheating, Lying, Stealing and Alice (Duchess, Cheshire Cat), Alston’s Dangerous Liaisons, Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, Apollo, Episodes, Rubies and Agon, Darrell’s Five Rückert Songs and Othello (Emilia), Forsythe’s Artifact Suite and Workwithinwork, Spink's Petrushka, Petronio’s Ride the Beast, Ashton’s Façade and Scènes de Ballet, Pastor’s Romeo and Juliet (Juliet’s friend) and In Light and Shadow, Alston's Carmen (Mercedes), Caniparoli's Still Life, Kenneth MacMillan's Song of the Earth, Jorma Elo's Kings 2 Ends, Meckler/Lopez Ochoa's A Streetcar Named Desire (Blanche) and Martin Lawrance’s Run For It.
Luciana is sponsored by
DOUBLE BILL AT SADLER'S WELLS - AUTUMN 2011
MacMillan’s Song of the Earth
.Hampstead and Highgate Express, 10 November 2011 – The young dancers of the company performed each exiguous section with great commitment and intensity, Victor Zarallo most notable as the Messenger of Death, together with soloists Christopher Harrison, Tomomi Sato, Eva Lombardo, Luciana Ravizzi and Daniel Davidson.
.Sunday Herald, 15 April 2007 – Rising star Claire Robertson is typically engaging, but watch out too for Luciana Ravizzi, the young Argentine dancing the part of Emilia.