Catherine Galasso
Artist in Residence (2016-2018)

Catherine Galasso is an independent choreographer and director based in Brooklyn, NY. Galasso is the daughter of internationally acclaimed composer Michael Galasso. She holds a European Baccalaureate in Painting from the Istituto Statale d’Arte in Venice, Italy, and a BA in Film from Cornell University. Her interdisciplinary dance works have been presented by venues in the US such as Danspace Project, La MaMa, SFMoMA, and MoCA Santa Barbara, and internationally at Bibliotheque National in Paris, France; Skena UP in Pristina, Kosovo; and Zona D Studio in Bucharest, Romania. In addition, she creates original performance works for alternative spaces such as underground bank vaults, decaying 4-story homes, and grand marble staircases. ​Galasso’s work has been supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, Headlands Center, Kaatsbaan and ODC Theater in San Francisco, among others.  As a choreographer for theater, she has created dances for the US premiere of The Miracle of Heliane (dir Christian Rath, 2019 Bard SummerScape), for the internationally touring interactive theater troupe TPO of Italy (COLORS, dir Davide Venturini, 2019 Brooklyn Academy of Music), and has assisted Annie-B Parson on David Lang’s The Public Domain (Mostly Mozart Festival 2016, Lincoln Center).