Afrofusion with Yeni Lucero, Robert Moses’ Kin
Yeni teaches Afro Urban and Traditional Technique fused with contemporary. She begins with drills and footworks to create a strong foundation and then builds phrases drawn from Afrobeats, Afrohouse, West African Dance Disciplines (predominantly from Senegal and Liberia) and Salsa Cubana (Timba). For those who wish to work on performance quality and presence, she also focuses on choreographic content and delivery.
Yeni Lucero (Afrofusion) was born in Chalchuapa, El Salvador and began her training in West African dance at the age of 15. She graduated with a BA in Dance and Choreography from San Francisco State University, studying Haitian Dance, Dunham, Limon, Ballet, Congolese, and Jazz, and received further training at the Ailey School. Yeni has performed with Ron K. Brown/Evidence, Robert Moses’ Kin, Kendra Kimbrough Dance Ensemble, Diamanou Coura, Paco Gomes, Alayo Dance Company, and Annie Rosental & Delina Patrice. She has also appeared in multiple music videos and in video shoots with Kev Choice and the San Francisco Symphony. Yeni has taught at many schools and organizations in the Bay Area and internationally, including Sonoma State University, Pixar Animation Studios, Lines Dance Center, Adobe, Bottle Rock Festival, Elmhurst Community Prep Middle School, Cox Academy, San Francisco Salsa Rueda Festival, and The National Dance Company of Mozambique.
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