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Vytautas Beliajus was born on 26 February, 1908 in United States. Discover Vytautas Beliajus’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 86 years old?

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Age 86 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 26 February 1908
Birthday 26 February
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Date of death died 20 September 1994
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Nationality United States

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In 1986, he founded the National Folk Organization with Mary Bee Jensen, George Frandsen, and L. DeWayne Young.


For his contributions to dance education, he was honored in 1972 by the National Dance Association with the Heritage Award.


In 1959, he moved to Denver, and it was discovered that he had a tumor in his right lung. Part of his lung had to be removed.


In 1949, Vyts was invited to teach in Stockton. He taught for a couple of years before catching tuberculosis again, and after a hospital stay, he moved to San Diego to recover.


In 1943, Vyts moved to Fairhope, Alabama, and introduced international folk dancing to the School of Organic Education, and also held an international folk dance festival. Trouble soon struck, and Vyts caught tuberculosis, which caused him to lose his voice. In 1945, he moved back to Chicago, and took a job teaching at the International House.


In 1939, Vyts published a newsletter called “Folk Lore” for the Park District, and temporarily opened a dance house called “Folk Dancer’s Nook”.


Vyts was hired to teach folk dancing as part of the International House of the University of Chicago in 1937.


In 1933, Vyts was chosen to create a Lithuanian presentation for the World’s Fair in Chicago. He was also chosen to teach folk dancing as a part of the Chicago Park District Recreational Activities Council.


After reading “Trip Around the World in 80 Days” by Jules Verne, he took an interest in Asia and the Middle East and learned their dances from local Hindu and Arab people. In 1928, he danced at an anniversary concert for the Lithuanian newspaper “Naujienos” with his partner, Irene Juozaitus, presenting Asian and Lithuanian dances. In 1929, he opened a dance studio in Chicago. He also choreographs for Lithuanian groups and choirs.


Vytautas Finadar “Vyts” Beliajus (born 26 February 1908, Pakumprys, – died 20 September 1994) was a dancer and choreographer, and is considered the father of international folk dancing in the United States.