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Kiara Miller



Kiki Symonè was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She began dancing at the age of three years old, training at Studio 61 Dance Studio and has danced competitively on dance teams all throughout her middle and high school years. Kiki began dancing professionally at 14 years old, when she booked her first award shows to perform with Elvis Crespo on Premios Tu Mundo and Abraham Mateo on Premios Juventud in the year of 2013. Kiki has also worked consistently with the Univision/Telemundo Network dancing in features with artists on shows such as, Sabado Gigantè. In 2015, Kiki went on tour with Slip N Slide Recording artist Teenear, performing her newest single at the time “Last Night” in Miami, Boston, and New York. Kiki graduated from the Somerset Arts Conservatory High School Dance Program in 2016. Since then, she has continued to perform and was recently featured in Chi Ching Ching’s & Sean Paul’s “Cause Trouble” Music video directed by Tanisha Scott.

Kiki is heavily invested into the arts. She is influenced by her Caribbean background, Modern dance, African dance, Ballet, and the underground Hip Hop Culture. Dance overall has sculpted her way of life. Outside of performing, her favorite hobbies include cooking, roller skating, writing, and photography.  Kiki’s favorite saying is Courage over Comfort. Education is key and experience is the best teacher. Kiki is currently studying dance at Pace University in New York City and looks forward to receiving a B.F.A in Commercial Dance in the year of 2020.