Over a career spanning four decades, Larry Hahn has worked with a variety of choreographers in the US, Canada, and Europe, including Denise Clarke, Bill Douglas, Senta Driver, Margaret Jenkins, Mark Morris, Jose Navas, Gus Solomons Jr., and Robert Wechsler. He was a member of Doug Varone and Dancers from 1988 to 2003, and was honored in 1996 with a New York Dance and Performance Award (Bessie) for his achievements with the company. Since retiring from the company he has continued to perform Varone’s choreography for special projects including Le Sacre du Printemps for the Metropolitan Opera, Aquila Theater’s Off-Broadway production of The Invisible Man, and Dense Terrain at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Parallel to his career as a dancer, Larry has developed a business designing and constructing sculptural light forms and furniture. He also works with photography and designs for the stage, endeavours he continues to pursue now living in Toronto.
His performance works for Peggy Baker Dance Projects include Radio Play, and the Doug Varone duets In Thine Eyes, Home, and armour; as well as stage designs for earthling, Night Garden, Phase Space, Split Screen Stereophonic, and Piano / Quartet.