Nadia Yanowsky and Remi Wörtmeyer in Concerto Concordia. Choreography by Christopher Wheeldon, music by Francis Poulenc (Concerto for two pianos and orchestra in D minor), costumes by Jean-Marc Puissant, lighting Bert Dalhuysen, piano Olga Khoziainova and Michael Mouratch, directed by Guillaume Graffin. Made in Amsterdam 2 (Christopher Wheeldon, David Dawson, Alexei Ratmansky, Krzysztof Pastor) Het Nationale Ballet, shot during general rehearsal on 9.2.2017 in Dutch National Opera & Ballet Theatre.
Nadia Yanowsky is curently a Soloist with HET Nationale Ballet. She was born in Madrid (Spain) but was trained by her parents, Carmen Robles and Anatoli Yanowsky, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), where she was raised.
Nadia was graduated with Honors by the Conservatorio Superior de Danza in Madrid and has won the 2nd price and the audience price at the 2002 Luxembourg International Competition. Nadia started her career with the English National Ballet in 2001 and joined the Staatsballett Berlin in 2002. Nadia is with Dutch National Ballet since 2008 (as grand sujet) and became soloist in 2010.
Remi Wörtmeyer is a Principal with Dutch National Ballet (HET Nationale Ballet) He was born in Adelaide, Australia. He trained at The Australian Ballet School and went on to dance with The Australian Ballet in Melbourne and with American Ballet Theatre in New York for a year. He won the Walter Burke Award in 2005 and silver at the 8th Asian Pacific International Ballet Competition in 2001. Remi joined the Dutch National Ballet in 2010 as a grand sujet and was promoted to soloist the following year. In 2011, the leading dance magazine Dance Europe placed Remi fifteenth in their top 100 international dancers who performed outstandingly. From 2013 Remi is a principal dancer with Dutch National Ballet. In September 2013 he received the Alexandra Radius Prize and in 2014 the Public Award during the Dance Open Festival in St. Petersburg (Russia).
Photo by Jack Devant ballet photography © with kind permission of the Dutch National Opera and Ballet Theatre, special thanks to Laura Mönch, Roos van der Steen and Richard Heideman.