Kiri Freeman graduated Summa Cum Laude from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance in May of 2019. She is a current graduate student at Temple University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Kiri aspires to connect the world of dance and the world of medicine through injury prevention and treatment of the dancer population.
Kiri is an alumnus of Contempro Dance Theatre, formerly known as Wendy’s Dance Center. She has been dancing since the age of 5 and continues to expand her dance experiences post graduation. She’s was a competition team member, performing in solo and group works. She attended regional and national competitions including Youth America Grand Prix and New York City Dance Alliance; and workshops such as Indiana University’s Contemporary Dance Summer Intensive and Koresh Dance Company’s Pre-Professional Programs. During her undergraduate studies, Kiri had the opportunity to work with guest choreographers such as Cara Goodwin, Jannelle Spruill, Sumi Clements, and Ann Sofie Clemmensen. She was also invited to represent Old Dominion University at the American College Dance Festival of 2017.
Kiri has experience in many genres of dance, both in teaching and performing. She looks forward to bringing her kinesiologic knowledge and mindful health experiences to the students of Contempro Dance Theatre.