Carly Fox Horton is a New York City based dancer and choreographer who is known for her versatility across movement vocabularies. She has performed Baroque dance in concerts, operas, and theatrical works choreographed and directed by Catherine Turocy, Sean Curran, Thomas Baird, Anuradha Nehru, Ken Pierce, Patricia Forelle, and Caroline Copeland. Carly has collaborated with early music ensembles as part of the NYBDC, such as Opera Lafayette, Anthony Newman, Concert Royal, Dallas Bach Society, and the Gotham Early Music Scene. She has presented her own work with Aston Magna. She has been a soloist with the New York Baroque Dance Company since 2010.
Carly has enjoyed working with choreographers such as Robert Royston, DJ Gray, Kathryn Alter, Barbie Diewald, and James Koroni. Through her work with the Parijat Desai Dance Company, Keshet Chaim, the Cohen/Suzeau Dance Company, and the Intercultural Arts Dialog Festival, she has performed fusions of modern dance with classical Indian, Balinese, and traditional Israeli dance. Carly was an original cast member of the off-Broadway country-western and swing dance musical One Ride, and in the off-off-Broadway play Lemon Meringue. While living in Los Angeles, Carly was cast in the music video New Look which allowed her to travel to Tokyo to dance and foot double for Japanese pop sensation Namie Amuro. Carly’s regional theatre credits include 42nd Street, Oklahoma!, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Beauty and the Beast, Brigadoon, and Texas!. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.
Carly’s choreography has been showcased on film and stage. She reads and reconstructs dances from baroque period notation. She recently collaborated with Catherine Turocy on a solo that she performed in Les Fetes de L’Hymen et l’Amour by Jean Philippe Rameau at the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center. She is originally from Missouri City, TX and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Kansas with a BFA in dance where she received the Phillips-Stone Award for excellence in dance.