Caroline Copeland

MFA, Sarah Lawrence College. Choreographer, director, performer, and teacher. Works in opera, theatre, and university settings where her love of history and dance informs her creative and teaching practices. Member of the New York Baroque Dance Company and has performed with the troupe across the United States and Europe, most notably at the Drottningholm Palace Theatre, the International Händelfestspiele Göttingen, Danspace at St. Mark’s Theatre, the Guggenheim Museum, and Potsdam Sanssouci. Director of Touchstone, a project of the New York Business Development Corporation, which brings innovative programming to historical sites across New York. As a solo performer, she has collaborated with many early music groups, including The Four Nations Ensemble, The New York Collegium, Brooklyn Baroque, The New Dutch Academy, Bourbon Baroque, and the New York Consort of Viols. Since 2000, she has appeared as a guest artist and choreographer with the Boston Early Music Festival. Her choreography has been presented at the historic Federal Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Public Theatre, and the Philipszaal in the Hague. Currently teaches ballet at Hofstra University. SLC, 2014–

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