Mariah Maloney

Mariah MaloneyDance is an organization dedicated to presenting Mariah’s choreography and interdisciplinary collaborations. Originally from Homer, Alaska, Mariah is a NYC/Brockport based dance artist presenting choreography nationally and internationally. Mariah who grew up listening to her mother play live chamber music inside a homesteader log cabin is a former Trisha Brown Dance Company soloist and ensemble dancer (1995-2002) who has re-staged Trisha’s work and taught workshops at universities and dance companies in the United States and abroad. Maloney’s work is described as a clear and charming engagement with formalism in post-modern dance. Mariah has toured throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. The company presents work at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Inside/Out series, venues in New York City including La MaMa etc, The Kitchen, Danspace Project, Mark Morris Dance Center, mr Open Performance, Gibney Dance and Brooklyn Museum of Art. Recent projects include Marlin Miller Series at Alfred University; NYSCA project Albany Symphony Water Music with Loren Loiacono; Rochester Fringe Festival; Buenos Aires Dance Festival and Danspace Project/Food for Thought. Maloney serves as an Associate Professor and Graduate Director at The Department of Dance, The College at Brockport, SUNY. Mariah earned a BFA from Purchase College and a MFA from Hollins/ADF. Maloney is published in Dance Magazine on Trisha Brown. Maloney is a recent recipient of a Topaz Arts Center residency.


Trisha Brown Dance Company Class Rotating Faculty

Past Classes & Events

[Virtual] Trisha Brown Dance Company Class

May 27, 2020

Trisha Brown Dance Company Class

Wed, Jun 19 – Jun 26, 2019