Gitte Lindstrøm was born in Denmark in 1975. She trained at the Ballet School of the Royal Theatre. In 1992 she became apprentice and in 1994 she was engaged as a ballet dancer by the Royal Danish Ballet, where she was appointed soloist in 1997 and principal in 1998.
Anna in Anna Karenina, the ballerina in Etudes, Louise in The Guardsmen on Amager, Palmyra in Abdallah, Tatiana in Onegin, Odette/Odile in Swan Lake, Aurora in Sleeping Beauty, Ella in Legs of Fire, Myrtha in Giselle, Kitri and og Dryad Queen in Don Quixote, Valencienne in The Merry Widow, Snow Queen in The Nutcracker and Teresena in Napoli, and further major roles in Symfony in C, Mahlers Fifth Symphony, Hallelujah Junction, Serenade, The Wish, Ash and The Waltz Project.
The Statoil Grant in 1993
The Edith Aller Memorial Grant in 1996
The Albert Goubier Grant in 1999
The Hans Beck Grant in 2000.