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    Inaugural Lecture: Professor Robert Cohan CBE

    Event information

    START DATE 30 March 2015
    START TIME 05:00pm
    LOCATION

    The Grove Dance Theatre (G190), Grove Building, Middlesex University, Hendon campus, NW4 4BT

    END DATE 30 March 2015
    END TIME 08:00pm

    'Thinking Aloud'

    Renowned choreographer Professor Robert Cohan CBE, a visiting Professor at Middlesex Univeresity, gives his Inaugural Lecture entitled 'Thinking Aloud'.

    Schedule

    17:00 – 17:30 Reception drinks

    17:30 – 18:30 Lecture

    18:30 – 20:00 Buffet and Drinks, Atrium, Grove Building

    To reserve a place, please email Justine Shillingford at mpaslo@mdx.ac.uk

    (Update: Please note that this lecture is now fully booked)

    Biography

    Born in New York in 1925, Robert Cohan trained at the Martha Graham School, and began his professional career in dance when he joined the Martha Graham Dance Company in 1946. He quickly moved to soloist and then performed throughout the world as a partner to Graham herself. He left in 1957 to start his own small group of dancers and started his long career as a choreographer.

    Returning to the Graham Company in 1962 for its European tour he soon became a Co-Director of the Company with Bertram Ross. In 1967, at the invitation of Robin Howard, he became the first Artistic Director of the Contemporary Dance Trust in London and as such was the founder Artistic Director of The Place, London Contemporary Dance School and London Contemporary Dance Theatre, which he directed for the next 20 years.

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