TRISHA BROWN Life and work of Trisha Brown Brown was born in Aberdeen, Washington, and received a BA degree in dance from Mills College in 1958. Brown later received a DFA from Bates College in 2000.For several summers he studied with Louis Horst at the American Dance Festival and then held at Connecticut College. After moving to New York in 1961, Brown trained with dancer Anna Halprin and became a founding member of the avant-garde Judson Dance Theater in 1962. There he worked with experimental dancers Yvonne Rainer and Steve Paxton. In 1970, he cofounded the Grand Union, a collective of experimental dance and formed the Trisha Brown Company. His company soon became one of the leading contemporary dance ensembles. Brown received a MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant in 1991. Founder of his own company in 1970, Trisha Brown, the most acclaimed choreographer to emerge from the postmodern era, first came to public opinion when it began showing his work with the Judson Dance Theater in the 1960s Having studied for over three decades in the world of post-modern dance, Ms. Brown first stepped into the world of opera in 1998, when he conducted Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi. Founding his company in 1970, Ms. Brown, I explore the terrain of her adoptive soho, the creation of their first dances of alternative spaces including ceilings and walls and flirting with gravity used just alternativamenete and challenge … Her man walking on the side of a building not only announced its own innovative use of flights in 1998, its production of Orpheus but also much of the work of choreographers and theater directors who still seek unusual and startling contexts for human Early works on the wall (1971) and roof piece (1973) are designed to be conducted in specific sites. Accumulation (1971), which runs with the dancers on their backs has been undertaken in the public spaces of all kinds, including on water, with the dancers in rafts that methodically work through graduate gestures Part Ms.Brown joined two new staff members, Terry Winters, visual artist and composer Dave Douglas to create a trilogy danced to the sounds and structures of today’s new jazz music Besides being a prolific choreographer Trisha Brown is an accomplished visual artists from drawings that have been seen in exhibitions, galleries and museums around the world Trisha Brown throughout his career participated in numerous activities in late 1970, Brown was looking for ways to expand and open dance.