Spanish Dance, Boys Class
Kiefer Rondina is a New York based dancer, teacher and arts administrator. Originally from Cebu City, Philippines, he obtained his BA in Dance Education from Hunter College (Summa Cum Laude). He holds a New York State Initial Certification in Teaching Dance Grades K-12.
As a Flamenco aficionado, Kiefer has studied with various flamenco artists in New York City and Albuquerque notably Soledad Barrio, Sol Koeraus “La Argentinita” and Giselle Assi and has performed at Centro Español de Queens. In 2017, he was a recipient of the Hunter Mellon Arts Fellowship and has taught and worked for arts organizations including Ballet Hispánico and RIOULT Dance Center. Mr. Rondina enjoys teaching young dancers the art of flamenco while continuously training in his flamenco studies.