Gabrielle Lamb is a New York City-based choreographer and performer. A native of Savannah, GA, she was a longtime soloist at Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal and in 2009 was invited by Christopher Wheeldon to join his company Morphoses. Her repertoire as a performer has included principal roles in works by George Balanchine, Jiří Kylían, Mats Ek, Ohad Naharin, Nacho Duato, Luca Veggetti, Shen Wei, and Pontus Lidberg.
In addition to her choreography, Ms. Lamb is a self-taught animator. Her dance works for stage and screen have been presented by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Ballet Austin, Ballet Memphis, Jacob’s Pillow, Dance Theatre of Harlem, SUNY Purchase Conservatory, Dance on Camera at Lincoln Center, the American Dance Festival, and the ARTV and BRAVO networks.
She has also won choreographic competitions at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Milwaukee Ballet, and Western Michigan University, as well as, in 2014, the Banff Centre’s Clifford E. Lee Award and a New York City Center Choreography Fellowship. In October 2014 she received a Princess Grace Award for Choreography.
Gabrielle’s work she created for SALT, “Connective Tissue,” premiered October 24, 2015.