Who is Maya Kramer?
Maya Kramer is a world renowned Aerial artist, Dancer, Choreographer and Teacher.
She has performed for numerous distinguished companies both locally and internationally. Some of her credits include television shows So You Think You Can Dance- Israel, The Muppet show, The Voice, The Big Stage and Masters of Illusion.
Maya was part of creation and performed for the first Aerial act ever performed for The Radio city Rockettes Christmas spectacular in 2018 in New York City. She performed in Cirque style shows “Voyage de la Vie”- Singapore and “Vienna Marrakesh”- Israel, “Cats” the musical, “The Grammys” as well as other award shows, variety shows “Le grand Cirque” in Canada and the Philippines. The “WOW” show in Israel where she worked as a performer, aerial choreographer and dance captain., modern dance companies, traditional and modern circus, opera, international music and circus festivals, grand scale events and the list goes on.
Her career has spanned the globe performing teaching studying and choreographing in Europe, The US, Canada, The Middle East Africa and Asia.
Maya has been teaching Master classes and workshops for Aerial instructors as well as aerial and dance classes in Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines, Japan, Nicaragua, Israel, Sweden, Italy, Mexico, The US and Canada
She has also been invited to judge several national Aerial championship contests in the U.S and Mexico
Some of her choreography and coaching credits include choreographing the aerial acts for internationally acclaimed Japanese pop artist Ayumi Hamasaki grand arena tours “Feel the love”, “Cirque de Minute” and “Made in Japan”. “The Golden Galaxy Awards”, and major international sports events “Gothia Cup” and “Partille Cup” in Sweden, “American Idiot” the musical at the DOMA theater, “The Little Mermaid” at the Pasadena Ballet, workshops for USC Fullerton musical theater program and Dance Innovations for SCU summer arts program
Maya says "I am passionate about creating, performing, teaching and sharing. Traveling around the world to find the most interesting new flavors and innovations, being able to translate and share them through dance, air and movement.”