Braham Logan Crane is an expert in the art of movement. He has a way of creating fresh and innovative work that encompasses intense emotion and pure passion. He puts it all together with his signature style blending ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop and contemporary movement.
As a choreographer, Braham has set works on prestigious companies and individuals including dancers from American Ballet Theater, Bolshoi Ballet and Pennsylvania Ballet, as well as collaborating with recording artist and Broadway star, Angela Ai. Braham choreographed and performed at the Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary. He has set original versions of Altar Boyz and Cats at the Roxy Regional Theatre in Tennessee. Recent commissions include works for Bad Boys of Dance, starring and directed by Rasta Thomas, and Houston Metropolitan Dance Company. As a teaching professional, Braham has served on the faculty of many renowned dance schools including Virginia School of the Arts, Koresh Dance Center, University of the Arts, Broadway Dance Center, Peridance and Steps on Broadway.
Included in Braham Logan Crane’s diverse concert and stage work is the critically acclaimed dance company, ASH Contemporary Dance. Braham served as founder, artistic director, as well as choreographer for company pieces for four seasons. ASH Contemporary Dance has toured throughout the United States in addition to Canadian and European tours.
Braham Logan Crane has won numerous awards and received unique honors for his work. Braham became the youngest choreographer to win the Gold Leo’s Award for excellence in jazz choreography at the Jazz Dance World Congress in Buffalo, NY. He was also awarded the silver medal at the Festival Des Arts De Saint-Sauveur International Choreography Competition in Quebec.
Braham founded ASH Productions, and currently serves as the executive director. ASH Productions produces numerous dance events throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico, and launched their inaugural tour in the fall of 2011, Artists Simply Human Dance Convention.
"Braham Logan Crane’s star just keeps getting brighter.”
“Most choreographers aren’t as talented as Braham Logan Crane.”
“Crane seemed especially like an old pro: he just made everything look so easy.”
“Braham Logan Crane is moving to the forefront of contemporary jazz choreographers. He is young, passionate, and produces innovative work.”