STEPHEN GALBERTH is a dancer, choreographer, teacher, and visual artist. Originally from Washington D.C., he completed his early dance training at Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Stephen trained at The Ailey School and Dance Theatre of Harlem, and attended the International Association of Blacks in Dance Conferences in Denver and Philadelphia. Galberth graduated with a BFA from Montclair State University, where he performed works by Jose Limon, Earl Mosley, Bill T. Jones and Maxine Steinman. While attending MSU, he was a American College Dance Association runner-up to present work at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Professionally he has toured with Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company, Deeply Rooted in Chicago, Antonio Brown Dance, Nathan Trice Rituals, 277 Dance Project, Melissa Riker, and the Windmill Factory. His work has been presented at Dixon Place, Triskelion Arts, SMUSH Gallery, Love is the Message, and Orange Dance Festival. He has also choreographed at High Tech, Arts High, and County Prep High Schools in New Jersey. Galberth has most recently presented a choreography series for artists of color called theLAB in Jersey City. He is currently dancing with Antonio Brown Dance, teaching, and creating his own work.