Sebastian Kloborg

From Copenhagen. Born in 1986. At the age of 13 he started his studies at the Royal Danish Ballet School graduating in 2003 and joined the Royal Danish Ballet that same year. He danced in the full repertory of the company and took part in creations of world renowned choreographers. Following his graduation in 2003, the Royal Danish Ballet immediately took him on where he made his debut in John Neumeier's Romeo & Juliet at the age of 19. Following this, his career continued on its stellar path.


Appointed to the rank of soloist in 2009, he has danced principal roles in the renowned choreographies of the great innovators of the classical ballet and dance such as August Bournonville, John Cranko, George Balanchine, John Neumeier, Jiří Kylián, Jacopo Godani, José Limon, Angelin Preljocaj and Christopher Wheeldon.

In 2012 he joined Gauthier Dance//Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Germany, under the direction of Eric Gauthier where he ventured into more neoclassical and modern works. At Gauthier Dance Company where he has danced in creations by Itzik Galili, Jiri Bubenicek, Cayetano Soto and Eric Gauthier, and furthermore he danced the role of Nero in Christian Spuck's 'POPPEA//POPPEA'. Besides his dancing career Sebastian Kloborg also co-directs the group Dancers of The Royal Danish Ballet and has organized the benefit gala 'Dancing for UNICEF' in 2011. He started choreographing in 2011 for among others The Royal Danish Ballet. His style of choreography incorporates mime, humour and seeks to bring back storytelling to the world of dance.