Half Norwegian, half German dancer Gina Storm-Jensen is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. She trained at The Royal Ballet Upper School and entered the Company in October 2013, promoted to First Artist in 2017.
Storm-Jensen began her training at the Norwegian National Ballet School in Oslo, won the Grasse International competition 2009 and was a finalist at the 2011 Prix de Lausanne. She went on to train at The Royal Ballet Upper School, winning the 2013 Gailene Stock Prize for Most Promising Student.
Storm-Jensen’s repertory with the Company includes Lilac Fairy (The Sleeping Beauty), Arabian dance (The Nutcracker), Mercedes (Carmen), the tall Ruby girl (Jewels), Ceres (Sylvia), Red Girl (Les Patineurs), Tall pas d’action (La Bayadere), Friend (La Fille mal gardée) and roles with the corps de ballet. She has created roles in Flight Pattern, Woolf Works and Meta.
News and features
The Royal Ballet announces Company promotions and joiners for the 2017/18 Season.
Three new Principals and six Artists have joined the Company during 2013/14.
Reece Clarke and Gina Storm-Jensen to join The Royal Ballet next week.
Gina Storm-Jensen and David Donnelly in Les Patineurs, The Royal Ballet
Mayara Magri and Gina Storm-Jensen in rehearsal for Les Patineurs, The Royal Ballet
Reece Clarke and Gina Storm-Jensen performing with the Royal Ballet School.
Gina Storm-Jensen in the Spanish Dance in Swan Lake, The Royal Ballet
Gina Storm-Jensen in class, World Ballet Day 2018
Gina Storm-Jensen, Annette Buvoli and dancers of The Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet School in rehearsal for Giselle, The Royal Ballet
Gina Storm-Jensen and dancers of The Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet School in rehearsal for Giselle, The Royal Ballet
Gina Storm-Jensen in Les Patineurs, The Royal Ballet