Eduardo Zambrana is a dancer, teacher and choreographer from Santa Cruz de la Sierra,
Bolivia. He started dancing Bolivian Folk dance at the age of 7 at Hughes Schools for the
Performing Arts in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where he also performed principal Ballet roles
along with contemporary and modern works. Eduardo moved to Tucson, AZ, to pursue his
dance education at the University of Arizona as well as a Bachelor of Science in Electrical
Engineering. During his time at the University of Arizona, he has danced works by many
well-known artists such as Autumn Eckman, James Clouser, Tamara Dyke-Compton,
Nacho Duato, Amy Ernst, Larry Keigwin, and Paul Taylor. His professional career includes
being a company member for Hawkinsdance and Convergence Ballet Company. Eduardo
earned his MFA in dance with an emphasis in choreography and performance from the
University of Arizona in 2021. Eduardo is excited to make Indianapolis his new home.