Ihndhira Richardson-Marlin receives the award from Governor Holiday. Photo Today / Andrew Bishop
St. Maarten News – The Prins Bernhard Cultural Fund awarded Ihndhira Richardson-Marlin for her contributions to the Arts and Dance at the John Larmonie Center on Friday evening. Richardson Marlin is the daughter of Prime Minister William Marlin; she started to dance at a very young age where she was trained by several of the dance instructors that have graced the halls of the Motiance Dance Company.
Governor Eugène Holiday handed over the award and spoke of the extraordinary performance by the dancers and described them as extremely inspiring. “I had the pleasure of witnessing the wonderful, creative and invigorating work and performances of the winner of the 2016 Prins Bernhard Culture fund culture prize Ihndhira Richardson-Marlin,” Holiday said.
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