Martha Graham (1894-1991) was 'the Picasso of Dance,' a master dancer and choreographer who pioneered modern dance in the United States. Best known for choreographing Aaron Copland's Pulitzer Prize-winning Appalachian Spring, she received honors including the U.S. Presidential Medal of Freedom and induction into the National Museum of Dance's Hall of Fame.
Martha Graham (May 11, 1894 - April 1, 1991) was an influential American modern dancer and choreographer. In 1926, the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance was established. In the following decades, it would help develop many of her famous ...[SEE MORE]