Matinee Performance & Artist Talk by American Ballet Theater with Marshalls

The Association of Marshall Scholars cordially invites you to join Marshall Scholars and other alumni of British universities for a lunch, discussion and matinee performance by the American Ballet Theater’s world-class company at Lincoln Center on Saturday, October 28th.

We look forward to welcoming you for a light luncheon, drinks and conversation beginning at noon, followed by a brief discussion on innovation in classical dance with choreographer Jessica Lang and British dancers at the American Ballet Theater. This unusual opportunity to hear directly from the artists will be followed at 2pm by a matinee performance of the American Ballet Theater that will feature works by Lang, world-renowned British choreographers Chris Wheeldon and Liam Scarlett, and a world premiere by Benjamin Millepied.

The event will also be a chance to meet and mingle with fellow Marshalls and alumni from other British scholarship and academic associations.

To purchase your ticket, please use this link:

Performance location:

David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023



2017 OAANY Holiday Reception

2017 OAANY Holiday Reception
Friday 15 December

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Join us for an evening of festive cheer!

The Grolier Club
47 East 60th Street
New York, NY 10022

Grolier Club is America’s oldest (founded in 1884) society for book lovers and graphic arts fans.

Tickets are $35 for OAANY dues-paying members
**A discount code has been sent to all current dues-paying members
Ticket price includes two hours of open bar and charcuterie$45 for non dues-paying members and guests
Option to purchase OAANY membership and discounted ticket available.

On-site registration will be available at the event.

Purchase tickers here


Professor Martin Bridson: Flat earths, curved universes and the undecidable

Flat earths, curved universes and the undecidable

Wednesday 1 November
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

University of Oxford North American Office
Address to be provided upon registration

Please RSVP by 27 October to

maths Without photographs from space, how did we know what shape the earth was?
And what shape is the three-dimensional universe that we live in?

In this talk, which assumes no knowledge of mathematics, Professor Martin Bridson, Head of Oxford’s Mathematical Institute, will take us on a journey that begins with these questions and, through an exploration of the symmetry of naturally occurring objects, ends with an explanation of what it means for a mathematical problem to be undecidable.

He promises that students of the Arts will not despair along the way!

Martin Bridson is a mathematician renowned for his work in geometry, topology and group theory (the study of symmetry). He is the Whitehead Professor of Pure Mathematics at the University of Oxford, Head of Oxford’s Mathematical Institute, and a Fellow of Magdalen College.

Born in the Isle of Man, Martin was an undergraduate at Hertford College, Oxford and did his graduate work at Cornell University in New York, earning a PhD in 1991. He subsequently held faculty positions at Princeton University, the University of Geneva, and Imperial College London.

Martin’s honours include the Whitehead Prize of the London Mathematical Society (1999), the Forder Lectureship of the New Zealand Mathematical Society (2005), and a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award (2012). He gave an Abel Prize Lecture in Oslo in 2009 and was an Invited Speaker at the quadrennial International Congress of Mathematicians in Madrid in 2006. Martin was elected a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society in 2015. In 2016 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, in recognition of his “leading role in establishing geometric group theory as a major field of mathematics.

Martin and his wife, Julie Lynch Bridson, a native of New York, live in Oxford with their three children. He enjoys spending time with family, poetry, chess and ball games.

Networking Breakfast with  Celine Rattray (St Hilda’s College, 1993)

Networking Breakfast with Celine Rattray (St Hilda’s College, 1993)

Tuesday 17 October

8:15 am to 9:30 am


Complimentary for OAANY dues-paying members
$10 for non dues-paying members
On-site registration will be available.

Not an OAANY member? Join today!

University of Oxford North American Office
Photo ID required to enter building

For questions, email or call 212-377-4905

Celine Rattray has over forty independent films under her belt as a producer, including thirteen Sundance Film Festival selections, nine Toronto Film Festival selections and two Berlin International Film Festival selection.

She won a Golden Globe and received an Oscar nomination for Lisa Choldenko’s 2010 Oscar-nominated hit film The Kids Are All Right, starring Annette Bening, Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo.  Other films include Still Alice, American Honey and Novitiate.

Prior to producing film, Ms. Rattray was the Director of Marketing and Business Development for HBO.  Rattray graduated with a degree in Mathematics from St Hilda’s College, Oxford University.  She currently serves on the Board of BAFTA New York.