Evangelos Tzemis, born in Athens, Greece has been dancing ever since his childhood; constantly and continuously. He has been a member of El.ke.la.m. Dance Ensemble since 1996, through which he had the chance to come into contact with the performance art in a way that it complies with his views and needs. He has traveled numerous times around the world for international dance festivals and competitions where he and his colleagues have been repeatedly distinguished with prizes and awards.
During his MSc studies in Copenhagen, Denmark he has been a member of Crihalma dance ensemble, a group of talented Danish people, who are passionate in Balkan dances and choreographies. Vervatidis Padelis and C.H.E.F. in Geneva, Switzerland was his next stop, during his working period at CERN. For a whole year, he was a member of the group, instructing and arranging the choreographies on a regular basis.
As a Dance Instructor, he shares a model of incremental movement learning, with which even really amateurs can learn and adapt fast to demanding dances and performance environments. He has taught in various seminars around Europe during the last few years (Denmark, Switzerland, France, Greece, Croisse des Cultures 2016). Finally, he studies Contemporary and Ballet, realising their significant role in controlling your body and express your feelings. They both constitute the necessary infrastructures needed to develop in every other field.
Meanwhile, he has acquired education in audio production, currently taking action as a sound engineer, recording and composing music @ Acoustic Vibe Studios. He plays the lute (Cretan & Mainland) having taken part in plenty performances around the world and having followed seminars from many distinguished artists.