We're delighted to have the Martha Graham
dancers and her iconic moves incorporated into in this elegant and powerful national campaign," says Janet Eilber, Artistic Director of the Martha Graham
Ten or even five years ago, I don't think that I could've danced a Martha Graham
What: Presentation, with film and readings of letters, on the collaboration between composer Aaron Copland and dancer Martha Graham
to create ``Appalachian Spring''
1 -- color) Christine Dakin, co-artistic director of the Martha Graham
Dance Company helped keep her mentor's techniques alive during a nearly three-year layoff for the troupe.
A Dancer's Journal is a collaborative effort among Planit, the Martha Graham
Dance Company and ARTSEDGE, the online project of the Kennedy Center's Education Department that provides resources, lesson plans and media-rich activities for students and teachers.
More than the portrayal of Martha Graham
, for me there is something about this character called Martha, who is Martha Graham
but is a current version of Martha Graham
," he says.
Also steadfast were her involvement with the Martha Graham
Ensemble and her frequent setting of Graham works on other companies.
Eric recalls moving to New York City at 18 to study with Martha Graham
-- the two priestesses reappear in matching gold caftans, top-knots, and trademark grimaces -- at which point he discovered inside himself spirit of Vaslav Nijinsky (Lawrence Keigwin).
Winter studied at Bennington College under the direction of legendary modern dance educator Martha Hill and performed with the Martha Graham
Dance Company for 25 years.
The upcoming performance of the Martha Graham
Dance Company at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex could be of historic importance in more ways than one.
Court cases and leadership coups aside, the Martha Graham
Dance Company returns in full force, after four years, to the Joyce.
is all about the center--in her technique (all of her movements start from the center of the body) and in her career.