Matthew Diamond Biography

Prior to becoming a director, Matthew Diamond choreographed for many dance companies including The Washington Ballet, Batsheva Dance Company and Bat-Dor Dance Company of Israel, which helped bring him very close to his subjects in PAUL TAYLOR: DANCEMAKER.

His choreography work has been featured at Carnegie Hall, Jacob’s Pillow and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

As a director, Diamond has won two Emmy Awards, the Directors’ Guild Award, and the Humanitas Award. Specials directed for television include “The Balachine Celebration,” “Paul Taylor’s The Wrecker’s Ball,” “Garth Fagan’s Griot: New York,” “Some Enchanted Evening: Celebrating Oscar Hammerstein” as well as the television production of the Broadway play “Victor, Victoria.”