Fall 2013 | Stanford, California| October

Honorarium at Stanford University
Guest Lecture and Master Dance Class in Theatre and Performance Studies and the Division of Dance

Master dance class offered to undergraduate and graduate students embarking on new choreography their current course. The class incorporated a technique, theory and lecture exploring the Lester Horton Dance Technique, history of the technique and Lester Horton’s contribution to American Modern Dance as both a performing artist and choreography as well as a sociologist. In culmination of the class, choreography was set for the purpose of being added to a work in progress later performed by the students of the class. The dance company performing this work is based on Stanford University’s Campus.

Los Alto School District Arts Docent
We have moved to the district in the bay area and there are many wonderful programs offered to students through this school district. I have been active and involved in many including the Los Altos Arts Docents Programs. Click here to learn moreabout this program. The approach I take in the work I am doing through this program is to incorporate what I know as a trained anthropologist, sociologist, educator and performing artist.

Project CornerStone – ABC Program Silicon Valley YMC/Santa Clara County
Through my volunteer work in this program where do monthly readings in my daughter’s classrooms, I incorporate dance and movement in many of the implemented lessons. Click here for more info!


Seminar Series 2013 | EthnodanceologyCreative™ and Birth & Beyond | Brooklyn | April, May & June

The Spring/Summer Seminar Series is a seasonal series of seminars offered to parents with queries, concerns, and those seeking dialogue and community discourse around cultural and arts exposure, diversity and enrichment specifically as it relates to their child.



Cost of admission includes:

    • locally micro-brewed beer
    • chicken sausage
    • pretzels
    • a chance to connect with other parents in the community & dialogue!

PRE-REGISTRATION is recommended!

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Arts-In-Education Residencies: “Spring” into Dance 2013 | EthnodanceologyCreative™ | Residencies, Guest Teaching & Lecturing | NYC Metro Area |Jan – June

The Arts-In-Education Residencies: “Spring” into Dance 2013 are residencies offered throughout the school year and summer at private and public schools and through community organizations, centers and museums. As the mission of Ethnodanceologycreative™, the Yauri Dalencour Dance education outreach initiative is dedicated to the services of cultural education through the artistic expression of dance, Ethnodanceologycreative™ is committed to exposing people of all ages making space for connecting dance and culture as it is believed that this effort provides a pathway to better understanding the world. Through arts-in-education residencies, guest teaching and lecturing through outreach, students are exposed to cultural education through the experience, engagement, dialogue, scholarship and study of dance and movement within K-12 and higher educational and community settings. Dancing-scholars receive exceptional cultural and arts exposure and enrichment integral to learning and human development at any stage in life!

Gil Hodges/PS 193: April, May & June


NCity Explorers Academy: April, May & June


Long Island University Children’s Academy: February, April, May & July


The New Community School CUNY (Honorarium/Guest Lecturist): January

Arts-in-education residencies are currently being held at two schools – NYCity Explorers Academy and independent school in Brooklyn, NY and the Gil Hodges School/PS 193, a New York City public school. At the Long Island University Children’s Academy, classes in creative movement are currently being offered in both the spring Saturday sessions as well as in the summer in the Long Island University Children’s Academy summer camp. EthnodanceologyCreative classes offered through the LIU Children’s Academy are for ages 3-12 years old and is open to the public for enrollment. Visit Long Island University’s Children Academy’s website for more information or to register for classes in dance by Yauri.

If you are interested in bringing an arts-in-education residency to your child’s school, a school you work or teach at or run through Yauri Dalencour Dance and its K-12 and higher education outreach initiative of EthnodanceologyCreative™ contact ethnogroundzero today!

If you would like to support the Yauri Dalencour Dance outreach initiative by contributing a 100% tax-deductible donation, please visit, Support the Arts!

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