Alexander Pham




Alexander Pham (he/they) is a first generation Vietnamese American dance artist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He studied at the University of Minnesota and holds a BFA in Dance and a BS in Human Resource Development with dual honors. Alexander’s passion and commitment lie at the intersection of performance, representation, and equity in dance, with the intent of creating meaningful dialogue and change. He has toured nationally and internationally over the last eight years, dancing with zoe | juniper, Spectrum Dance Theater, LED Boise, and TU Dance respectively. Through TU Dance, he had the opportunity to work in collaboration with music group Bon Iver for their collaborative performance “Come Through”, and create visual elements for their latest album “i,i”. He has also performed works by artists such as Alvin Ailey, Roy Assaf, Gregory Dolbashian, Martha Graham, Bill T. Jones, Larry Keigwin, Stephen Petronio, Zoe Scofield, and Yin Yue among others. Alexander is forever grateful to share through movement and hopes to continue innovating the ways in which dance can be equally as empowering as it is visceral.


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