Jeremy Lindberg, a native of Connecticut, was trained at the schools of the Joffrey Ballet, Boston Ballet and the Connecticut Ballet Company. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts cum laude in dance performance from the Boston Conservatory and a Master of Fine Arts in dance performance and choreography from Smith College.
Lindberg has performed classical, modern and flamenco ballets with several New England dance companies, including Boston Ballet, Opera Company of Boston, North Atlantic Ballet, New Haven Ballet and Moving Theatre Images of Sean Murphy. He created the role of the “man in the dark dream” for Carlos Vietia’s “Insomnio” at the Concert Ballet of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic.
Lindberg has taught at Smith College, Mount Holyoke College, New Haven Ballet, the American College Dance Festival, the Center for Creative Youth at Wesleyan University and in the Dance Therapy and Education Program of the Boston Ballet.
Lindberg has created several ballets and modern dance works for New Haven Ballet and the students of the Five College Dance Department. His original ballet suite “Tea and Liberty,” about the women’s suffrage movement, received its première at Smith College during the one-hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the movement in America. He joined the School of Dance in 1999.
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