Meredith Kalaman is a Choreographer, Dance Artist and native of Langley, B.C. Canada. She received her pre-professional training from the Ballet BC Mentor Program and since then 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. Along with dancing with these companies and artists she has steadily developed her own choreographic vision and toured her works to Canada, Europe, the USA and China. Meredith is a two time recipient of the Chrystal Dance Prize (2015 & 2017) from Dance Victoria which brought her first full-length work to Berlin in 2017. Alongside creating works for the stage, she has choreographed for Opus 59 Films musical documentary, Aim for the Roses. Meredith is passionate about people being empowered and peaceful in their bodies.