Joamer González is a choreographer/performer from Puerto Rico. His credits include: “Fame”, “JesusChrist Superstar”, and “Chicago”, where he collaborated as assistant choreographer as well. Also, he toured and performed with Latin Grammy award winner Gisselle and choreographed Puerto Rico & U.S. tour and “Hora Enamorada” music video for Grammy Award winner Elvis Crespo. His works as choreographer include “Pasaporte a la Fama” (TV movie for Telemundo Puerto Rico, Latin artist Martin Méndez’s Tour in Argentina. In 2006, he created, choreographed and directed the production “Ciclos de Sombra y Luz”.
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 (MTV3)(dancer/choreographer), Ana Isabelle (Latin Artist) “Univision New Year’s Eve on Times Square” (dancer/choreographer) and Amelia Vega (Miss Universe 2007). Recently, he choreographed for upcoming artist Daniel Patrick Ellis. Joamer has taught at Ballet Hispanico, Peridance Capezio Center, Rita Gold Center of Columbia University, JCC In Manhattan and currently at Bridge For Dance & Manhattan Motion Studios in NYC.