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Darrell Grand Moultrie


Darrell Grand Moultrie, Harlem born and raised, has carved out an impressive career that seamlessly weaves his choreographic talents through multiple genres. A graduate of PS 144, Boys & Girls Harbor Conservatory for the Performing Arts, LaGuardia High School of Music and Arts, and The Juilliard School, Mr. Moultrie is a proud recipient of the 2007 Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship Award. He has created works for Ailey II, Juilliard Dance Ensemble, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Atlanta Ballet, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble, BalletMet Columbus, BalletX, Cincinnati Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Nashville Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Richmond Ballet, Smuin Ballet, and NBA Ballet in Japan. The versatility of Mr. Moultrie’s talent has led him to collaborate with hoofers Savion Glover and Marshall Davis Jr., and composer Louis York. Theatrical credits include: Invisible Thread (Second Stage Theater); Kill Move Paradise (National Black Theatre); Sugar in Our Wounds (Manhattan Theatre Club); Witness Uganda (American Repertory Theater); and Evita and Pride and Prejudice (Kansas City Repertory Theater). International credits include the opera El Público at Teatro Real in Madrid and contributing choreographer to Beyoncé’s Mrs. Carter Show world tour.