Laurel Snyder is a dance artist, educator and musician based in NYC. She has performed with artists Faye Driscoll, Tere O’Connor, Tatyana Tenenbaum and Kendra Portier at NYC venues such as BAM, the Chocolate Factory, Danspace Project, and the Kitchen and her choreography has been presented most recently by Gibney Work Up 5.0, FRESH Festival 2019 (SF), Triskelion Arts, the International Human Rights Arts Festival, Dixon Place, the Tank and CPR. She has been an artist-in-residence at BANFF Centre for Arts and Creativity (CAN), Denmark Arts Center (ME), EarthDance (MA), Threes Brewing (NYC), Dragon’s Egg (CT), The Living Room (ME) and is a recipient of Exploring the Metropolis' 2017 Choreographer+Composer Residency and the 2018 Queens Council for the Arts New Work Grant. Laurel is passionate about teaching movement and vocal practices. In addition to her current position as an part-time lecturer in dance at Rutgers University, Laurel has been invited by local and international organizations such as Gibney Dance, NYU Playwrights Horizons, Colby College, Leviathan Studios (BC), the School of Contemporary Dance and Thought (SCDT) and Dance Exchange as a teaching artist. Laurel has also acted as a vocal consultant for choreographers Nadia Tykulsker and Ivy Baldwin.