MARCH 7th at 7:00PM
Streamed LIVE from the Martha Graham Studio Theater!
Celebrate the Martha Graham School with a festive live-streamed event featuring Graham School awards, cameos from Company stars, and pop-up performances by Graham 2.
GENEROUS SUPPORT PROVIDED BY
The Sackler Group
Inger K. Witter, the School Committee, the Board of Trustees, Eng Kian Ooi and Marius Meland, Michael Becker and Tee Scatuorchio, The Hayes Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
Inger K. Witter, Chair
Jennifer Patten, Head of School
Peggy Lyman Hayes
Beau Gage, in memoriam
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Lorraine Oler, Chairman
Javier Morgado, Vice-Chair
Inger Witter, President
Barbara Cohen, Development Chairman
Judith G. Schlosser, Chairman Emeritus
LaRue Allen, Executive Director
Janet Eilber, Artistic Director
Con Way Ling
Stephen M. Rooks
2022 MARTHA GRAHAM SCHOOL AWARD RECIPIENTS
Kate Reyes, Pearl Lang Award for Excellence in Performance
Kate received her BFA from Marymount Manhattan College after graduating from Fiorello H. LaGuardia HS. A former Teens@Graham dancer, Kate earned the Graham School’s Advanced Studies Certificate while dancing with Graham 2 and just celebrated her premiere performance with the Graham Company.
Rosetta Fair, Armgard von Bardeleben Award for Excellence in Graham Studies
Rosetta trained and performed with Joel Hall Dancers & Center and other Chicago groups including Duwane Pendarvis & Company, Tamboula Ethnic Dance Company, and Khalidah Kali’s North African Bellydance Experience. Rose is a Martha Graham Two-Year Certificate Program graduate and is currently enrolled in the Teacher Training Program.
Matilde Santos, Ooi Meland International Student Award
Matilde Santos trained in her native Portugal, studying ballet, modern and contemporary at Contemporary Dance Academy of Setúbal. She was a member of the Little Company before her study at the Graham School, completing the Two-Year Certificate program and continuing in the Teacher Training Program.
PHOTOS: Graham 2 dancers in Martha Graham’s Acts of Light by Tina Bararian.