Kate MartelFaculty

    Kate has recently relocated back to the Pioneer Valley after 15 years dancing in New York City. Most notably, she has been a collaborating artist with Laura Peterson Choreography for ten years. She has performed with Rebecca Brooks, David Hurwith, Luis Lara Malvacias, Juliette Mapp, Nora Stephens, and Sarah White-Ayon. Her own choreography has been presented by Women in Motion, Triskelion Arts, Dixon Place, Center for Performance Research, and Rooftop Dance Series. She was a collaborator on Nicole Wolcott’s solo PaperPieces and Conor Simpson’s film Jux Lucid, which premiered at the Flatlands Dance Film Festival. Kate has been part-time faculty at Adelphi University, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, and Western Connecticut State University. She earned her BA from Goucher College and MFA from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Kate is an AmSAT board certified Alexander Technique teacher.

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