The Martha Graham School’s leading educational outreach program, Teens@Graham, offers aspiring dancers ages 10-18 the opportunity to improve vocational skills and academic performance through study of the Graham Technique, composition, and repertory.
The School’s emphasis on teens directly stems from Martha Graham’s philosophical approach to her artistry. The emotional self and psychological inner landscape resonate with teens as they transition from child- to adulthood. Independence, empowerment, and expression are central themes across Teens@Graham programming.
The mission of the conservatory-based Young Artists Program is to further teens’ development as artists using the Graham Technique and Repertory as a foundation for study. Dance serves as a platform for personal and creative exploration and interdisciplinary collaborations. Learn more >>
The year-round Pre-Teens@Graham Program is a specially crafted training program targeting pre-teen dance development ideal for students interested in auditioning for one of New York City’s performing arts high schools or seeking to enhance and diversify their current dance education. Learn more >>
Offers middle and high schools in New York City the opportunity to enhance their modern dance programming with the Graham Technique and to integrate Graham into curricula.
PHOTOS: Teens@Graham dancers by Brigid Pierce and Melissa Sherwood.