Injuries are a dancer’s worst enemy. After performing in almost every Kostić production over the past few years, Noëmi Wagner has unfortunately had to pull out of Blind Spot entirely due to a ruptured achilles tendon. She has had surgery and is recovering slowly but steadily, but has also had to withdraw from the fall performances.
We are excited to have found two excellent dancers to join us for Blind Spot and to jump in for the fall performances.
Sicilian-born and Tilburg-raised Sarah Prescimone is a graduate of the Fontys Dance Academy. She is, as Jelena puts it, ‘a daredevil’ – which is a quality absolutely necessary for the amount of Free Running included in Blind Spot.
Sarah will also cover for Noëmi in the fall performances of Only Patience Works Immediately.
Isabelle Nelson, born and raised in New Zealand and a graduate of the New Zealand School of Dance, currently lives and works in Amsterdam. She brings a flowing and gentle yet expressive style of movement to Blind Spot.
Isabelle will cover for Noëmi in the fall performances of How It Ends.