Nadine was recently awarded
Lincoln Center's Emerging Artist Award
along with many incredibly talented artists
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts announced the 2019 class of Emerging Artists, recognizing diverse and exceptional talents. Each recipient was nominated by one of Lincoln Center's eleven resident organizations, acknowledging their extraordinary talent and promising career. The 2019 winners are: singer and actress Mikaela Bennett (The Juilliard School); dancer Savannah Durham (School of American Ballet); composer and sound artist Ashley Fure (Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the New York Philharmonic); actor Nadine Malouf (Lincoln Center Theater); bassist Endea Owens (Jazz at Lincoln Center); soprano Gabriella Reyes (The Metropolitan Opera); musician Adam Tendler (The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts); dancer Sebastian Villarini-Velez (New York City Ballet); filmmaker Eduardo Williams (Film Society of Lincoln Center); and violinist Angelo Xiang Yu (The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center).
In addition, several of the recipients will be acknowledged with named awards. Nadine Malouf and Angelo Xiang Yu will each receive a Martin E. Segal Award, which has annually recognized two artists of exceptional talent early in their careers since 1986. Ashley Fure will receive the Hunt Family Award, presented to the Emerging Artist nominated by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and Savannah Durham will receive the Herbert Family Dance Award, presented to the nominee from the School of American Ballet.
"The Lincoln Center Awards for Emerging Artists demonstrate the continued commitment of Lincoln Center's resident organizations to furthering excellence in the performing arts," said Lincoln Center Acting President Russell Granet. "The arts are fundamental to our world, and we are proud to support the next generation of artistic leaders."
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