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It is through the generosity of our patrons and partners that the Martha Graham Dance Company continues to be a world leader in the evolving art form of modern dance. With gratitude, we welcome your support and invite you to join us.


All donors become a part of the Graham family and will be recognized on our website and kept up to date on Company happenings. Plus, all Partners are recognized in the Company’s programs, and all Patrons receive VIP privileges, including personal ticketing concierge services, access to the Patron Lounge during the New York Season, and invitations backstage and to artist receptions.



The  annual gala is held in conjunction with the Martha Graham Dance Company’s New York Season. Please see our Tickets + Events page for details.


We believe our progress relies upon collaboration and partnership. We seek and welcome corporate, creative, and institutional partners that are willing and able to provide volunteers, pro-bono expertise, and goods and services in-kind.


On Monday, October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy swept into the Martha Graham Dance Company’s basement warehouse, flooding and battering the space, and leaving our historic collection of sets, costumes, and artifacts – collected over eighty years and valued at $4 million – immersed in water and waste for six days.  From original costumes worn by Martha Graham to sets designed by Isamu Noguchi, the scope of the damage was undeniably significant.  We invite you to join our efforts to rebuild. 

With your help, we will continue to restore or recreate every object central to the Graham legacy and the important work of the Company during this challenging period and in the future.

Photo Credits: Mariya Dashkina Maddux in Martha Graham’s Appalachian Spring; Photo by Hibbard Nash Photography. Charlotte Landreau in Martha Graham's Temptations of the Moon; Photo by Antonia K Miranda. Lloyd Mayor in Andonis Foniadakis' Echo; Photo by Costas. Katherine Crockett in Martha Graham's Clytemnestra; Photo by Hibbard Nash Photography.