Pam Tzeng is a Calgary-based dance artist, performer, choreographer and teacher. Her artistic journey has taken her across Canada, Europe, Taiwan and Brazil. After graduating from the University of Calgary with a B.Sc. in Biology, she went on to nurture her artistic development though freelance education and direct work experience. Tzeng's choreographies have been presented in diverse contexts across Canada including: containR, Confluence: A Jane's Walk, Dancing on the Edge Festival, DSW Alberta Dance Festival, Ignite! Festival, Fluid Festival, Guelph Dance Festival, Kinetic Studio Halifax, Mile Zero Dance, Expanse Festival and T.O. Love-In ps. We Are All Here Performance Series. She has been awarded residencies through Dancers' Studio West, Mile Zero Dance, Springboard Performance Interrarium and W&M Dance Projects.
Tzeng works as a performer, collaborating with independent choreographers and performing arts companies. She has interpreted and developed works with Tania Alvarado, Denise Clarke / One Yellow Rabbit, Amelia Ehrhardt, Noam Gagnon/ Vision Impure, Helen Husak, Ismael Ivo, Taryn Javier, Gerry Morita, Robin Poitras, Kenji Takagi, Stephen Thompson, W&M Dance Theatre and Making Treaty 7.
With her presenting platform Make Shift Dance Project, Tzeng curates and produces experimental performance series, as well as hosts professional workshops with national/international artists to support the development of dance in Alberta. Tzeng was co-director of Calgary Contemporary Dance Collective from 2013-2016.
Tzeng teaches professional contemporary dance technique and works as a certified GYROTONIC® Trainer and Yamuna® Body Rolling Practitioner.