The Martha Graham School provides teen dancers the opportunity to advance their dance training while expanding their understanding of dance and all the arts.

The mission of the conservatory-based Young Artists Program is to further teens’ development using the Graham Technique and Repertory as a foundation for study.

The Young Artists Program is led by former Martha Graham Dance Company dancer Oliver Tobin. Participation is open to all dancers ages 13 – 18.

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Quarter 2 registration form as due no later than Tuesday, November 10th.

COVID-19 REOPENING UPDATE

To ensure the safety of our dancers, the Teens@Graham 2020 Fall Semester is divided into two seven-week quarters:
Quarter 1 (September 26 – November 11)
Quarter 2 (November 14 – January 16)

All classes held online via Zoom.

TEEN ARTISTS DIVISION

The mission of the Teen Artists Division is to further teens’ development as individuals and artists. The core of the Program will be the Repertory/Creative Workshop, in which teens learn the craft of choreography, develop their individual artistic voices, and create their personal movement signature and vocabulary. Using the Graham Technique and Repertory as a foundation for study, the program serves as a platform for personal and creative exploration. The fall semester’s area of study will be the Cassandra solo from Martha Graham’s legendary 1958 Clytemnestra.

TEEN TRAINING DIVISION

The Teen Training Division provides strong technical training for teens. Classes are offered in Graham Technique and Ballet with the objective of generating greater physical capacity, movement articulation, and strong technique.

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