English Freya Thomas began dancing at the age of three. She joined the Norwegian National Ballet in the autumn of 2018 after having danced with the Bayerische Staatsballett in Munich, apart from many of The Royal Ballet’s productions in her homeland.
She has danced in Makarova’s La Bayadère, Gregorovich’s Spartacus and Nijinska’s Les Biches, and had solo parts in MacGregor’s Borderlands, Mats Ek’s Giselle, Ratmansky’s Paquita, Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet and Ashton’s Birthday Offerings, in addition to pas de deux in Don Quixote.
She has had roles created especially for her in Spanish Divertissement by Fabrice Edelmann and Man with a chair by Oleksii Busko, and Terence Kohler created the role of Daphnis’ Mother for her in Daphnis and Chloe.
Thomas is a certified Pilates instructor and enjoys swimming, archery and baking.