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Day Class Instructor Location

Online Holiday Workshop
December 27-29, 2020
10am – 11:30am

Celebrate the holidays dancing with guest teacher Celeste Lanuza


Registration link:

Due to COVID-19, the workshop will take place over Zoom.

Once registered, you will receive class ID and password.
We know theses are hard times! We want each student to be able to participate as much as they can.
This year, our workshop is a pay-what-you-can model.
On the registration form, there is a place for you to tell us how many classes you want to take and how much you can contribute.

If you want to help support this workshop by making a donation, please click here.

This modern dance workshop is created for dancers of all levels to participate in a traditional dance studio, home bedroom, or any space that works best.
Students may participate in one day, two days or all three days.


Celeste Lanuza guides a workshop that encourages the expansion of energy through space, exploring balance, suspension, and unapologetic movement expression. Her class supports strength and release that roots energy into the floor, dynamic quality, and articulating the body with clarity. She inspires dancers to acknowledge each other, the space around them and their relationship with each movement. 

Originally from San Diego, Celeste Lanuza is a NYC-based multidimensional creative and performing artist, commissioned choreographer and recognized songwriter. Ms. Lanuza holds an MFA in Choreography with a focus in Latino Studies from UC Irvine and is completing a Low Residency PhD in Dance Theory from Texas Woman’s University. 

She is currently a full-time professor at AMDA College & Conservatory for the Performing Arts (NYC), where she teaches modern dance while infusing her original musical ideas. She has taught and directed overseas, having been invited to present her work at prominent venues, and is now choreographing virtually for companies.  


Questions? Contact Operations Manager Rebekah Brown