Errand into the Maze

Audiobook Details

Author:

Deborah Jowitt

Narrated By:

Erin Bennett

Length:

16 hrs and 35 mins

File Type:

.m4b

Release Date:

01-30-24

File Size:

477.38 MB

Audiobook Summary

“Deborah Jowitt chronicles a life passionately, artfully lived. An essential read about a true legend.”—Mikhail Baryshnikov

In the pantheon of American modernists, few figures loom larger than Martha Graham. One of the greatest choreographers ever to live, Graham pioneered a revolutionary dance technique—primal, dynamic, and rooted in the emotional life of the body—that upended traditional vocabulary and shaped generations of dancers and choreographers across the globe. Over her sweeping career, she founded what is now the oldest dance company in the country and produced nearly two hundred ballets, many of them masterpieces. And along the way, she engaged with the major debates, events, and ideas of the twentieth century, creating works that cut to the core of the human experience. Time magazine’s “Dancer of the Century,” and the first dancer and choreographer to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Graham was a visionary artistic force and an international cultural figure: hers was the iconic face of what came to be known as modern dance.

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