Eva Kloborg

Eva Kloborg

Principal Character Dancer. Ballet Master and Bournonville Teacher.

Knight of the 1st. Degree the Danish Dannebrog Order


Eva Kloborg is educated at the Ballet School of the Royal Theatre. Eva Kloborg became an apprentice in 1964 and in 1966 a dancer of the Royal Danish Ballet, where she was appointed Character Dancer in 1992. In 2016 she celebrated her 50 anniversary as a dancer with the Royal Danish Ballet. Today she is a Principal Character Artist with the Royal Danish Ballet.

Performances at the Royal Danish Theatre 
Eva Kloborg has danced a large number of roles with the Royal Danish Ballet since her debut as Calliope in Apollon Musagetes in 1966. Among others Chopiniana, Opus 1, Aureole, Moors Pavane, Andrea and Louise in The King’s Volunteers on Amager, Elisa and Victorine The Conservatory, Pas de Deux from Flowerfestival in Genzano, Pas de Deux from Wilhelm Tell, Pas de Deux from Kermesse in Bruges, Teresina in Napoli, Effy in La Sylphide and Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet. 

As a character dancer she has also performed:

Madge and Anna in La Sylphide,The Queen in Swan Lake, The Queen and Carabosse in Sleeping Beauty, The Stepmother in Cinderella, Madame Larina in Onegin, Mrs. Christine and Muri in A Folktale, Veronica in Napoli, The Pianist in The Lesson, Bertha in Giselle.

 From 1995 – 1999 she was Ballet Mistress and teacher for the Royal Swedish Ballet 

From 1990 – 2008 she has been a full time Ballet Mistress and a teacher at the Royal Danish Ballet School as well as the Royal Danish Ballet in the Bournonville repertoire.  She has also been teaching the Bournonville Classes as guest teacher with Alicia Alonso and the National Ballet of Cuba, at the Stanislawskij Theatre Ballet in Moscow, at the Vietnam National Ballet in Hanoi.

 Beside of that she is permanent Guestteacher with the INOUE Ballet in Tokyo, with the National Ballet of China in Beijing and with Nina Ananiashvili and the State Ballet of Georgia in Tbilisi.

Eva is also co-producing August Bournonvilles ballets around the world with Frank Andersen. Cities include Florence, Havana, Tallinn, Beijing, Tokyo, Prague, Shenyang, Moscow, Ljubljana, Portland, Hanoi, Havana, Stockholm, Wellington, Helsinki, Tbilisi, Montevideo, Vancouver and Lisbon. 

in 2017 they are staging Conservatory and Flower Festival in Genzano for the INOUE Ballet in Tokyo as well as La Sylphide for the English National Ballet. 

In 2018 they are staging NAPOLI for the Oregon Ballet Theatre in the USA as well as conducting the Bournonville Summer Academy in Jakarta, Indonesia.


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