HARRISON LEE PERFORMS MAIN ROLE AT ROYAL BALLET LONDON

Katie Haines
8th July 2024

Harrison Lee is a First Artist of The Royal Ballet. He joined The Royal Ballet’s Aud Jebsen Young Dancers Programme from the start of the 2018/19 Season and was promoted to Artist in 2019 and First Artist in 2023. He trained at The McDonald College and The Royal Ballet School. In his graduate year at Royal Ballet School, he was awarded the Ballet Circle, Dame Ninette Award for the Most Outstanding Male Graduate. With the Company, his roles include Florestan (The Sleeping Beauty), pas de six (Giselle), Russian dance (The Nutcracker), Mandolin Dancer (Romeo and Juliet), Spanish Dance (Swan Lake), Matvei (A Month in the Country), Alex (Like Water for Chocolate) and roles in Corybantic Games and Everyone Keeps Me.

HARRISON LEE

Student of

FORMER STUDENT OF

MCDONALDS COLLEGE NSW AUSTRALIA

AHA JUNIOR WINNER AHA Awards 2013

AHA SUPREME WINNER 2015

ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL 2015

Winner YAGP New York & Prix de Lausanne 2015

CURRENTLY

1st Artist performing main role Beno in Swan Lake

with the ROYAL BALLET LONDON

Photography credit @dancersdiary