Grace Song

DANCER CHOREOGRAPHER

Born in Daegu, South Korea and raised in Southern California, Grace Song began her ballet training at Inland Pacific Ballet and furthered her knowledge of modern dance at The Los Angeles High School for the Arts. Upon graduating from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, she was asked to join the Martha Graham Dance Company. She is currently a member of Buglisi Dance Theater and Janusphere Dance Company. Moreover, Ms. Song was asked to create a new piece for the American Museum of Natural History which premiered this past March in the Hall of the Universe. She is also featured in “FAME HIGH”, a documentary by Academy Award nominee Scott Hamilton, which premiered at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. Passionate about serving her community, she has returned her former high school to give master classes, has been involved in outreach programs for NYC public schools, and performed at health care facilities around Manhattan. For two years now, she has traveled to Japan with Juilliard Christian musicians to give benefit concerts in Tokyo and in the numerous northeastern cities that were impacted by the Tsunami.