Yeni Molinet is not only a professional and highly experienced dancer, but also a competent instructor with excellent teaching methodology. She began her artistic career when she was 5 years old in children dance courses at the “Casa de la Cultura” of Placetas –
In 2003 she participated in the repeated execution of the choreography “Oriki to Obatala”with the participation of the famous cuban folk singer Lazaro Ros. From 2003 she regularly began to participate at the “Sabado de la Rumba”, at all the national tour of the company and all the events that took place at major theaters (Gran Teatro de La Habana –
In the 2004, following her professional career in the “Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba”, she also became the selector judge in the “Escuela de Variedades y Espetaculos Nacional” in the specialty of “Folklore”. In the 2006 she got the first level as “dancer and teacher specialized in folk dances” on the “national of artistic dance”.
In following years she participated in the international tours of “Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba” in Ecuador end Mexico, where she participated like protagonist in all of the company’s female choreographies with great hit. All that years spent in “Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba” allowed Yeni Molinet to take a great domain and teaching methodology of the various cuban folk dances, ranging from Danzon, Son, Tumba Franceza, Mambo, Cha cha cha, through Rumba (Yambu, Guaguancò, Columbia), Comparsa, to Congo dances (Palo, Makuta, Yuca) and of course Casino (Salsa cubana), Reggaeton and others… In September 2007 she moved to Udine (Italy), where she graduated to “Master of Caribbean Dance” –
She is currently participates in the most important international conferences and festivals; she is recognized for her artistic and professional talent, charisma, grace and elegance that stipulate her as one of the best dancers and teachers in the panorama of contemporary cuban culture.