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I am pleased to announce that I will choreograph the Boston Early Music Festival’s groundbreaking production of André Campra's 1699 ballet Le Carnaval de Venise. I will join BEMF’s GRAMMY Award–winning Musical Directors Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs, Director Gilbert Blin, the 35-member Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra led by Concertmaster Robert Mealy, and costume designer Anna Watkins, in a new staging of this colorful work.

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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

APRIL 28th-30th PHILHARMONIA BAROQUE AND THE NEW YORK BAROQUE DANCE COMPANY

RAMEAU'S LE TEMPLE DE GLOIRE @ Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley, CA

Nicholas McGegan, Conductor
Catherine Turocy, Stage Director and Choreography
Scott Blake, Set Design
Marie Anne Chiment, Costume Design
Pierre Dupouey, Lighting Design
Dancers: The New York Baroque Dance Company

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JUNE 11-18th THE BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL

André Campra's 1699 Ballet Le Carnaval de Venise (Feature Performer and Choreographer) 
The Emerson Cutler Theatre, Boston, MA


JUNE 17th  BEMF CHAMBER OPERA SERIES/The Boston Early Music Festival 

Pergolesi's La serva padrona & Livietta e Tracolla (Reviving my role as "Fulvia")

New England Conservatory's Jordan HallBoston, MA


JUNE 24th and 25th  BEMF CHAMBER OPERA SERIES/The Boston Early Music Festival 

Pergolesi's La serva padrona & Livietta e Tracolla (Reviving my role as "Fulvia")

The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington, MA

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MASTER CLASSES

Thursday October 6th, 2016 @ Rutgers University -- Introduction to Dance Studies; emphasis on costuming and movement of the Baroque.