Photo Credit: Alexis Silver



Workshops and Lecture/Demonstrations

I teach a weekly Baroque class on Zoom! Check out our Facebook Page: New York Baroque Dance Zoom Group for more information.


I also teach workshops and regularly consult with musical and theatre groups across the US. These classes range from private to public and encompass 16th-19th century dance and theatrical practice. 

Yale University ~ NYU Gallatin ~ Vassar College ~ SUNY New Paltz ~ Manhattan School of Music ~ Barnard College ~ The Bloomingdale Music School ~ The Hoff-Barthelson Music School ~ Cornell University ~ Rutgers University ~ DeSales University ~ Virginia Commonwealth University ~ Fordham University ~ dell'Arte Opera Ensemble ~ The Aquila Theatre ~ The Knights (Musical Group) ~ Lincoln Center ~ Theater Mask Arts Company ~ Rutgers University ~ ACJW ~ Juilliard ~ Adelphi University~Classical Ballet School of Long Island

School Programs

I have created and implemented different programs in historical dance for elementary schools around the US:


George Washington Loved to Dance

Grades K-5 Graders 


This is a great program for elementary aged children. The dance repertoire is geared towards the individual grades. 

Shakespeare and the Dance

Grades K-5 Graders

I presented this program twice at PS 166, the Richard Rodgers School of Arts & Technology. It included teaching pavane and brawls plus short pantomimes and mock battles using text from Shakespeare's plays.


Baroque Dance for Children of Ages

This program was geared towards children aged 3-10 years. We looked at the notation system used in the 18th century, some basic baroque dance steps and put them in patterns of circles, serpentines, and call and response.





Why not spice up your wedding festivities with a little baroque intrigue! I have worked with couples to add this colorful element to their wedding parties!
Pictured above is a performance I gave during a wedding reception at a historic Inn located in upstate NY. I choreographed a suite of dances to music by Henry Purcell. The theme was love, of course!

Paula Court Photography

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