Kathryn Walsh Thomas


America ballet dancer Kathryn Walsh Thomas joined The Norwegian National Ballet in 2006. Since then she has danced the role of Amor in Nureyev's Don Quixote and the Bluebird pas de deux in Sleeping Beauty, as well as prominent parts in Forsythe's The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude and Limbs' Theorem. She has also performed in works such as Kylián's Falling Angels, Spuck's Woyzeck, Tetley's Voluntaries and various Balanchine ballets, and Støvind and Boyadjiev have created roles for her.

Thomas previously danced with the Colorado Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Eugene Ballet and the Spectrum Dance Theatre, and has appeared in guest performances with the Dominic Walsh Dance Theater. In the USA, she has performed in ballets by George Balanchine, Michael Pink and Donald Byrd. She trained in Boulder in her home state of Colorado and at The San Francisco Ballet School. She has also attended various intensive courses at the School of American Ballet and the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Vail, Colorado, and is currently taking a bachelor degree in Liberal Arts at St. Mary’s College of California.


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