Master Classes, Workshops and Lectures
Marquez has lectured, conducted residencies and choreographed in Middle Schools, High Schools and University Dance Programs including: Nova Southeastern University (FL), University of Kansas (KA), Keene State College (NH), University of Central Florida (FL), Houston University (TX) and
Duke University (NC), among others. Niurca is currently an Assistant Teaching Professor at Florida International University with a shared appointment in the Honors College and the Department of Religious Studies where she utilizes the epistemology of dance in moving ideas within inter and transdisciplinary spaces.
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A gifted artist/educator/speaker Niurca is capable of teaching various dance styles in classes that help refine participants’ skills while developing artistry in a rigorous, yet supportive environment. Her training as a Teacher of the Feldenkrais Method gives her a unique approach to teaching flamenco to non-flamenco and flamenco dancers alike. She is particularly sought out for her "bata de cola" and Flamenco technique courses based on her unique combination of the elements of flamenco and contemporary body practices.
An experienced speaker and facilitator, Niurca has conducted lectures (for novices and experts alike) on subjects including flamenco history, artistic process, and contemporary flamenco and politics. Additionally she has designed and taught various Teacher-Training Workshops on the incorporation of cultural dance forms in the general education curriculum and within alternative models for learning.
Niurca Marquez is frequently sought as a master teacher, choreographer, facilitator, speaker and panelist. For more information on master classes, lectures, residencies and commissioned choreography, please use the contact page.