Hofstra Represents at Boston Early Music Festival

Caroline Copeland, adjunct assistant professor of dance, performed in Pergolesi’s comedies La serva padrona (1733) and Livietta e Tracollo (1734) and served as choreographer and dancer in the North American premiere of André Campra’s Le Carnaval de Venise (1699) at the 19th Boston Early Music Festival (BEMF), held June 11-18. The Festival was reviewed glowingly in The New York Times. Professor Copeland shared this prestigious performance opportunity with three of her students – Julian Donahue ’19 and Lindsay Gray ‘18, who danced in Le Carnaval, and Gina Ray ’18, who served as an intern and assistant to Professor Copeland and the Festival Director Melinda Sullivan.

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