On 28 September (Tilburg) and 5 October (Rotterdam), Jelena’s dancers dancers Blazej Jasinski and Noëmi Wagner will give dance workshops with movement material from (UN)BOUND. This workshop is suited for advanced amateur dancers, students and professionals.
On May 8, Naar Huis will be screened at De Nieuwe Vorst in Jelena’s hometown Tilburg.
Recently, Jelena made a choreography for a Lexus commercial directed by Mike Roelofs.
The latest film by director Harrie Verbeek and choreographer Jelena Kostić (after Interlude) will premiere on Saturday 9 March at 15:00 hours at festival Cinedans in Eye Amsterdam. In this new Branded Cinema production, Verbeek and Kostić will once again bring dormant...
2018 was a special year for Jelena, in which her foundation developed further and special milestones were reached. (UN)BOUND In February, Jelena’s new full-length dance production (UN)BOUND premiered in De Nwe Vorst. In 2018, (UN)BOUND was also performed in...
In a new Branded Cinema production, director Harrie Verbeek and choreographer Jelena Kostić (after Interlude) once again bring emotions to the surface in dance movie Naar Huis.
The autumn tour of Jelena’s most recent production, (UN)BOUND, is about to start and will take Jelena and her performers to Maastricht, Den Bosch and Leiden. This is also the last chance to catch (UN)BOUND in Brabant, where Jelena studied and started to work as a choreographer under the wings of Dans Brabant.
On Sunday September 30 Jelena will show her newest performance (UN)BOUND in Theaters Tilburg at the end of a whole afternoon of dance as the start of the new season. Opening Dance Season – Dance Fish Dance – takes place from 1pm – 6 pm in Theaters Tilburg, free entrance!
In May and June Jelena works with the second-year students of Fontys Dance Academy on their final presentations. On Friday 22 and Saturday 23 of June, Jelena and her students present the exciting result in Theater De NWE Vorst, Tilburg.
“I have to be flexible. I do not want to run after money very quickly and have to meet all kinds of heavy expectations.”