Jennifer Kronenberg

JENNIFER KRONENBERG was born in Queens, New York, where she studied under Teresa Aubel, Barbara Walczack, Nicholas Orloff and Norman Walker. She concluded her ballet studies on scholarship at the School of American Ballet before being chosen to join Miami City Ballet as an apprentice in 1994. She achieved the rank of Principal Dancer in 2001, and held the title until her departure from the company in 2016. She performed with MCB to great critical acclaim at the Jacob’s Pillow and Aspen Festivals, Torino’s Danza Festival in Italy, the Kennedy Center’s International Ballet Festival and Balanchine Celebrations, the Vail International Dance Festival, the NYC City Center’s Fall for Dance performance series, and at Les Etes des Danses at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, France. She also proudly joined Miami City Ballet in the company’s premiere at Lincoln Center’s Koch Theater, receiving acclaimed reviews.

In March 2011 she was featured in PBS’s Great Performances “Dance in America: Miami City Ballet Dances Balanchine and Tharp, and has also been featured on numerous occasions in Pointe Magazine, DanceView Times, Dance Spirit Magazine, as well as gracing the cover of DANCE Magazine’s October 2010 issue – being the subject of its feature article. She is a University Press of Florida published author of two books, “So, You Want to be a Ballet Dancer?”  and “Experiencing the Art of Pas de Deux”  and she currently serves on the Advisory Board for Florida’s own World of Dance Magazine. In May 2016, she and her husband, Carlos Miguel Guerra, transitioned into the roles of co-Founding Artistic Directors of South Florida’s newest critically acclaimed contemporary ballet company, Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami.