It's time to go. Some believe me. Others are clinging to the grass as though it loves them back. Humans travel. They voyage. They change. What is life without motion? It is motion that makes stories. It's action that makes myths.

Besides, humans are not a blessing on the earth. They cannot heal what they've done. There have always been times to leave and start again. And now is that time.


Andreas Kaas was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. He studied at The Royal Danish Ballet School, became an apprentice in 2009 and joined the company as a Corps de Ballet in 2012 and was promoted to soloist on 2016.

Andreas' most important repertoire includes principal and soloist parts in: Lady of The Camellias, Swan Lake, Romeo & Juliet, La Sylphide, Manon, Don Quixote, Chroma, Short Time Together, Theme & Variations, Krash, The Nutcracker, La Bayadere, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Salute, The Kermesse in Bruges, Donizetti Variations & Bournonville Fantasy.

Andreas won "The Best Male Dancer" at The Tenth International Competition for The Erik Bruhn Prize in Toronto in 2012.

As a guest artist Andreas has danced with The National Ballet of Canada and performed at The Hamburg Ballet's 40th Anniversary Gala, 10-Year Anniversary of Holland Dance Festival, Boris Akimov's 50-Year Anniversary Gala, Soloist and Principals of The Royal Danish Ballet's Bournonville Celebration Tour in London & New York, Dance Salad Festival in Houston, Festival des arts des Saint-Sauveur, The Protégés III & National Assemblé in Toronto.

A catalyst of change, soaring brilliantly

Andreas' character embodies the spirit of adventure, chasing the new and undiscovered and pulling other with him. This openness and drive is a natural quality of Andreas' dancing.
- Robert Binet, choreographer

Over the next year, each of the Wild Space dancers will bring their own version of Terra Incognita to their home cities. They will adapt the work for a unique space in their city and collaborate with local artists to bring the performance to life so that our ballet will be reinterpreted and recontextualized by four different cities.

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