baroque dance

Caroline Copeland  is an Associate Director of the New York Baroque Dance Company has performed with the troupe throughout the United States and Europe, most notably at the Drottningholm Theater, the International Händelfestspiele Göttingen, Danspace at St. Mark’s Theater, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Potsdam Sanssouci Music Festival.  Ms. Copeland is also a member of Boston Early Music Festival Dance Company with whom she is a featured dancer and choreographer. Her credits for choreography include  Steffani’s Niobe(2011) and Handel’s Almira(2013), and Campra’s Le Carnaval de Venise (1699). Ms. Copeland was also the choreographer and assistant director to Gilbert Blin for BEMF’s Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria(2015). As a soloist, Caroline has collaborated with many early music groups around the US and Europe including Quicksilver, The Four Nations Ensemble, The New York Collegium, Brooklyn Baroque, The New Dutch Academy, Bourbon Baroque, Cantata Profana, The Knights, and the New York Consort of Viols. Her choreography has been presented at the historic Federal Hall in downtown Manhattan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Public Theater, and the Philipszaal in the Hague. Caroline also directs opera and dance projects. Her credits include productions of Stravinsky's A Soldier's Tale at  Hofstra University and Handel’s Alcina for Bourbon Baroque.  Caroline has taught master classes in baroque dance and gesture at colleges and universities across the United States. She received a MFA in Dance from Sarah Lawrence College and teaches ballet and dance history at Hofstra University.

Beth Beauchamp

Having worked as a professional musician, a music-educator, and the Executive Director of a number of non-profit arts organizations, Beth has over 10 years of experience in catering to the unique needs of artists. Beth believes that the talent, education, and skill-sets of her clients have inherent worth. As a passionate artist advocate, she aims to help her artists improve the quality of their own lives by encouraging them to honor the value of their own work, and by creating materials which allow them to champion their art with confidence. Equally interested in building community, Beth aims to create a roster of artists who are excited to support and collaborate together.