Kendall Kramer is almost 5’3, likes pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, practices quite a bit of yoga, and sometimes appreciates champagne. She is thrilled to have taken part in Analog’s creative process!!
Kendall is a dancer, choreographer, and educator who is deeply passionate about creating spaces where creativity can flourish. Kendall grew up in MN where she trained at Minnetonka Dance Theater and School, and also taught dance.
Kendall graduated magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX) in 2010 with dual degrees in Dance Performance and Spanish Language. She had the great privilege to study with Danny Buraczeski, Christopher Dolder, and Karen Kriete, among others. In Texas, she danced with organizations and individual artists such as Leslie Scates of Lower Left, Frame Dance, and Psophonia Dance Company. Kendall has received reviews for noteworthy performances in the Houston Press; and her work GLOW received the honor of Best New Dance Work of the Houston Fringe Festival in 2016. In TX, Kendall set work on Psophonia Dance Company, the Nasher Sculpture Garden, for 3D film, the Houston Comedy Dance Festival, among others. With mentorship from Psophonia, Kendall began her in-studio dance and dance-in-education career, working to stimulate creativity, improve reading skills and empower students to use critical thinking skills.
Kendall currently teaches at Zenon, The Arena, and Hothouse; and is happy to be dancing locally in Minneapolis again!