Pam de Ocampo
Pam studied modern, tap, and introductory flamenco in her native Manila, Philippines. Upon moving to the U.S., Pam began studying flamenco extensively with Natalia Monteleon and joined Natalia's "Arte Flamenco" in 2003. She has performed with the company at the Kennedy Center's Millenium Stage, Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters Art Gallery, and the Hippodrome Theater. In 2007, Pam joined the “Flamenco Aparicio” Dance Company and performed in Edwin Aparicio’s acclaimed works. Her teachers also include Genoveva Guinn, Anna Menendez, “La Tati”, Carmela Greco, Omayra Amaya, Nelida Tirado, Nino de los Reyes, Manuel Liñan, and Mercedes Ruiz. Pam currently teaches flamenco classes at the Arte Flamenco studio during the Summer months, and continues to work as a soloist in flamenco venues around Washington D.C.