English dancer Nathalie Harrison is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. She trained at The Royal Ballet School and joined the Company in 2003, promoted to First Artist in 2009. She has created several roles for the Company, including in Sensorium and ‘Diana and Actaeon’ (Metamorphosis: Titian 2012), and in 2013 completed a course in Ballet Education Practice at the Royal Opera House.
Harrison was born in London. She joined The Royal Ballet School as a Junior Associate and went on to graduate through the School. While at the School she won silver medal at the 2002 Genée International Ballet Competition. Harrison’s repertory with the Company includes Lady Capulet (Romeo and Juliet), Dulcinea (Don Quixote), Bathilde (Giselle), pas de deux (Agon), Winter Fairy (Cinderella), red girl (Les Patineurs) and roles in Swan Lake, La Bayadère, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Elite Syncopations, The Nutcracker, Giselle, Romeo and Juliet, Manon, Mayerling and The Age of Anxiety.
As a choreographer Harrison has created a piece for The Royal Ballet’s Draft Works. Away from the Company her work includes appearing in Nicholas Hytner’s 2012 production of Timon of Athens at the National Theatre and providing dance demonstrations for Darcey Bussell’s Ballerina Heroines on BBC2.