Joamer González

Michael Waldrop

Joamer González is a performer and dance teacher from Puerto Rico. His musical credits include: “Fame”, “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Quién mató a Héctor Lavoe?” and “Chicago”, where he collaborated as assistant choreographer as well. Also, he toured and performed with Grammy award winner Gisselle and choreographed Puerto Rico & U.S. tour and “Hora Enamorada” music video for a Grammy Award winner Elvis Crespo. His work as choreographer includes: “Pasaporte a la Fama” (TV movie Telemundo Puerto Rico, Martin Méndez’s Tour in Argentina.

In New York, he performed with Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre “Ear to Ground”(directed and choreographed by Arthur Aviles), “Throw Like a Girl” (choreography by Doug Elkins) and “Room to Panic” (Loco7 at LaMaMa ETC). Other performances: “Salsa Gorda” (choreographed by Luis Salgado, “Diamond Spectacular” (Foxwoods Casino”), “Broadway Underground”, “Hollywood Sings” and “Brides” (Pregones Theatre).

TV credits: Makano (singer)“MTV3’s Entertainment as a 2nd Language” (dancer/choreographer), Ana Isabelle “New Year’s Eve at Times Square (Univision) (dancer/choreographer), Amelia Vega (Miss Universe 2007) and upcoming artist Daniel Patrick Ellis.

Joamer has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Sacred Heart University of Puerto Rico. He teaches for the Contemporary & Jazz Program of Joffrey Ballet School and is the Associate Director of Bridge For Dance in NYC. Also, collaborates with New York City Dance Collaborative projects like “Encuentros de Danza”& “LaRouge Follies” at ACT II PV in México.