Kiefer Rondina was born and raised in Cebu, Philippines. Kiefer obtained his BA in Dance Education from Hunter College and holds a New York State Initial Certification in Teaching Dances All Grades (PK-12). During his undergraduate, he was a recipient of the Hunter Mellon Arts Fellowship for his dedication to arts administration. Kiefer has worked for several arts organizations throughout New York City, including Ballet Hispánico's Community Arts Partnerships Program, and also served as a K-5 dance teacher in Brooklyn.
Kiefer was introduced to flamenco in his teens. As a flamenco aficionado, Kiefer has studied and performed with various flamenco artists in New York City and Albuquerque, New Mexico including Soledad Barrio y Noche Flamenca, Sol La Argentinita, Giselle Assi and Isaac Tovar. Currently, Kiefer teaches and serves as the School Registrar at Ballet Hispánico School of Dance while continuously training in his flamenco studies.
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