Meredith Kalaman is a Contemporary Choreographer and Performer born and raised in Greater Vancouver, B.C. Through dance, Meredith defies the perceived limits of the human body, offering audiences an opportunity to develop a newly empowered relationship to their body and physicality. Meredith is known for her innovative vision and for creating thought provoking work. Her commitment for the world is that each human being realizes and has access to their unique self-expression. Through the education and sharing of contemporary dance, she supports people, particularly young girls to develop an empowered relationship to their bodies and to foster confidence in being fully self-expressed in the world.
Meredith has danced for the Karen Jamieson Dance Company, Dancers Dancing, Judith Marcuse Projects and Movent and performed works by Noam Gagnon, John Ottmann, Kate Franklin, Farley Johansson, Michael Kong, Julie Lebel and Kirsten Wiren. She is a graduate of the Ballet BC Mentor Program. Her own choreography has toured Canada, the US and throughout China. Meredith is a recipient of the 2015 Chrystal Dance Prize from Dance Victoria. Her first full length work, Femme Fatales will premiere in May 2017 at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby, Canada.