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Liana Kleinman

Liana Kleinman is a dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker from Los Angeles, CA. She received her BFA in Dance from Marymount Manhattan College in 2018 with a concentration in Modern Dance and minors in Biology and Chemistry. Liana has performed works by Andrea Miller, Helder Seabra, Ronald K. Brown, and Sarah Louise Kristiansen. She is currently dancing with ARIM Dance Company and is delighted to be working with H.T. Chen and Dancers this season.

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