Caroline Copeland is an Associate Director of the New York Baroque Dance Company and has performed with the troupe in palaces and concert halls throughout the US and Europe, including Drottningholm Palace, Neues Palais Sanssouci, Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center. She is a featured performer and choreographer for the Grammy-award winning Boston Early Music Festival where her choreographic credits include: Campra’s Le Carnaval de Venise, Monteverdi’sIl Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria, Handel’s Almira, and Steffani’s Niobe, Regina di Thebes. Her collaborations in opera and concert dance ?include projects with Musica Angelica, Merz Trio, Juilliard415, Cantata Profana, Brooklyn Baroque, The New Dutch Academy, and? Bourbon Baroque and her choreography has been presented at Alice Tully Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Public Theater, and the Philipzaal Den Haag. Ms. Copeland received her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College and currently teaches ballet, dance history, and contemporary dance at Hofstra University.