05.02.2013 25.Schwat. 5773
For Adi Salant, becoming co-artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company is ‘a big responsibility’ that she is happy to take on.
Like many Israeli teenagers, Adi Salant, when she was 18, packed a bag with a bottle of water and some dance clothes and made her way to the Batsheva Dance Company studios in the Suzanne Dellal Center. She joined the throngs of hopeful young dancers wishing to find a place for themselves among the Batsheva Ensemble or young company. However, unlike all those other talented youngsters, today, nearly two decades later, Salant has just been promoted to co-artistic director of the internationally acclaimed troupe….