Kristen Carcone, is a Toronto-born professional dance artist. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with Highest Honours from New World School of the Arts in 2011 and has performed across North America in a variety of shows and festivals including: The Phish Concert at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY), Tangente’s Danses Buissonnieres (Montreal, Quebec), Project Limb’s Glass Jaw (Brooklyn, New York) and The New Prague Dance Festival (Prague, Czech Republic). Kristen is a guest artist with FROG IN HAND, ISODOC Dance Group and Conteur Dance Company. She has been featured in the Dance Current Magazine, Dance Studio Life Magazine, and on Rogers TV. Kristen’s choreography can be seen in Joseph Gordon Levitt’s My Favourite Things video and in Supa’Nova, a new play by Maria Corina Ramierez. Awards garnered include: the Florida-Canada Linkage Scholarship, Outstanding Dance Graduate, and the Frank Augustyn Scholarship.