Try and Have Fun!
@my best has seated and standing video
Please dance with me with what ever you can do today. Modifying is totally fine.
Open all your joints, be aware of your alignment!!!
JP Class Schedule will be listed in here
(in JP. DM me if you are interested!)
On going classes @
Graham Technique classes
The Hartt School Dance Division, University of Hartford
Friday Advanced Class
Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance
E V E N T S / N E W S
Hartt Dance - Spring Concert
Jacqulyn Buglisi's SUSPENDED WOMEN
Advanced Technique Class
- In-Person classes at Christopher St Studio, NY
January 11 <postponed>
Teaching special 3 day workshop
National Theater of Serbia
- On Going -
The Hartt School
Dance Division - Martha Graham Technique
MGS Fall Semester
Advanced Technique Class - In-Person classes at Westbeth, NY
Sep/Oct (finished for this portion)
The Woman in a Cabinet
- New York, NY
September (finish filming for Across the floor)
The Graham Technique Level 2- intermediate level
- New York, NY
"How beautiful your concert was.
On all levels.
The elegance and refinement in the structure and presentation, including the way you incorporated your musicians, was truly imaginative and striking."
Former NY Times Chief Dance Critic
" .....each short work was like a world of its own...Ms. Orihara created an entire mood and atmosphere, giving us a brief glimpse into each of these rich environments before leaving us to imagine so many potential stories. Ms. Orihara displayed not only her vast range, but her passion for and deep understanding of the art of dance."
By Suzannah Friscia
“Miki Orihara, the sort of Graham dancer who comes along once in a generation.”
"Miki Orihara, a veteran, can always be relied on to define the form through which Graham's movement speaks"
The New York Times
“Miki Orihara was outstanding as the Bride: delicate enough to
flutter like a pretty young belle, steely enough to articulate each
confused stirring of emotion. This was dancing and acting of the
The Guardian, London
cover photo Stephen Pier and Miki Orihara ©︎John Deane