I start my studies in classical ballet at the age of seven, never leave that training. After many years of training with Russian teachers (Fesenko and Ostrovsky) while I trained as a Tango Argentino dancer.

At the age of 18, I won a scholarship at the municipality’s dance school of Madrid for a year of study. (2005).

A year later (2006) I audition for the Japanese company, Shima Spain Mura and I get a one year contract for modern and contemporary dance performances in the city of Ugata, Japon.

When I returned to Argentina I got a contract at Zero Hour Tango company, directed by Juan Guida in Tokyo, Japan. (2007-2010) I dedicate myself fully to the Argentine tango during the consecutive years, with this company in July 2008, I get a contract to work in Praysaac France in Argentine tango festival, together with Bruno Calvo, returning to Tokyo again ending with said contract.

Throughout the year 2009 I made a tour in Beijing China with Guillermo Claure, working in Obelisco Tango, Chinese cultural center.

In 2010 I moved permanently to live in Israel where I work giving classes regularly in the studio B chain, in Tel Aviv.

When I returned to Argentina in 2012, I completed my degree in cultural tourism (mat. 33859) and started with my Yoga practices, distancing myself from Tango for a few years, keeping my training routine focused on ballet and Yoga classes.

In 2015 I returned to my activity linked to the Argentine Tango, working in the city of Berlin Together with Santiago Hernandez and Juliana Aparicio, in Berlin tango academy.

Since may 2017, working for the Russian ballet academy directed by Ms. Galina Lyathkova teaching classical ballet and developing my tango school based in Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi India, where I currently live and training courses in Ashtanga yoga and yogic practices with teachers of the Morarji school.


05/05/2017 – today

Current position Classical Russian Ballet School in Delhi, Lajpat Nagar II. (Delhi, India) Shikshalaya art School, Jangpura. Tangents, dance studio, Argentinian Tango school, Lajpat Nagar II Occupation  Position: Dance instructor, Teaching dance, (Ballet and tango) regular course.

04/05/2017 – 15/06/2017

Tango Berlín Studio. (Berlín, Germany) Occupation Position: Professor of Argentinean Tango Teaching tango classes in dance studio.

09/09/2015 – 09/10/2015

Tango Berlin Studio (Berlin, Germany) occupation Position: Professor of Argentinean Tango.

Sept – Nov 2009

STUDIO B, dance studios. (Haifa/ Tel Aviv) Professor of Argentinean Tango, regular classes in a dance school.

August 2009

OBELISCO TANGO (Beijing, China) Position occupied: professional performance dancer in Latinoamerican gastronomic and cultural center in Beijing, China. Regular work as a teacher and dancer.

July 2008

Tango Festival in Praysaac France, teaching and performing with Bruno Calvo.

15/01/2007 – 18/12/2010

TOKYO TANGO ZERO HOUR, professional performance dancer. (Tokyo, Japan) Regular work as a teacher and dancer. Teaching classes and shows in different cities of Japan (NAGOYA, SENDAI, KYOTO, OSAKA, HIROSHIMA) Tours with the same company around japan.


Argentine tango is a musical genre and accompanying social dance originating at the end of the 19th century in the suburbs of Buenos Aires and Montevideo. It typically has a 2-4 or 4-4 rhythmic time signature, and two or three parts repeating in patterns such as ABAB or ABCAC.

Its lyrics are marked by nostalgia, sadness, and laments for lost love. The typical orchestra has several melodic instruments and is given a distinctive air by the small button accordion called the bandoneon. It has continued to grow in popularity and spread internationally, adding modern elements without replacing the older ones. Among its leading figures are the singer and songwriter Carlos Gardel and composers/performers Francisco Canaro, Juan D’Arienzo, Carlos Di Sarli, Osvaldo Pugliese, and Ástor Piazzolla.

Argentine tango dancing consists of a variety of styles that developed in different regions and eras, and in response to the crowding of the venue and even the fashions in clothing. Even though the present forms developed in Argentina and Uruguay, they were also exposed to influences re-imported from Europe and North America.

Into my Tango Journey

My first steps in Argentine tango were given around my fifteen years old, in Rosario, Santa Fe, in the school of tango and cultural center “El Hornero”, with the teacher German Ruiz Díaz and María Múñoz. After several years of study, I began regular classes in the city of Buenos Aires, at the Argentine School of Tango with teachers from the Buenos Aires scene; Claude Murga, Carla Marano, Gustavo Naveira, Juan Carlos Copes, Graciela Gonzales, Cesar Coelho, Juan Guida and Diego Malvicino.

The strong base in classical ballet allowed me the first years of my professional career, working in the prestigious company “Zero Hour” based in Tokyo, Japan Together with Martin Choren, as a stable couple, making tours in different countries of Asia. The first with this company and with Guillermo Claure as a partner, was held in Beijing China, in the cultural and gastronomic center “OBELISCO TANGO” in which we held permanent shows every night, tango stage and salon.

After China, I settled in Israel, Haifa and Tel Aviv, where I worked for the STUDIO B dance studio, performing as an instructor of Argentine Tango, salon style. Several short tours and festivals in France and Italy, during those years, mainly in the city of Praaysaac and Milan. Along with the dancer Bruno Calvo.

Since 2015 I travel annually to the city of Berlin, to work for the studio Berlin Tango with Santiago Hernandez and Jualiana Aparicio.

Currently based in New Delhi, developing my own school of Argentine tango, based on the resources of the classical ballet technique, and teaching tango salon, from exercises related to physical preparation and closely linked to musicality.

The study of other dance techniques throughout my career influences in the present my own style and my pedagogical way of teaching.


I begin my studies of classical ballet at the Municipal School of Rosario at the age of seven, after several years of study, at the age of 13, I start studying at the Russian ballet academy of Tatiana Fesenko and Vasily Ostrovsky. My two great teachers with whom I learned from the Vaganova method, at the Teatro el Circulo in Rosario city.

Severe years of summer courses in the city of Buenos Aires, in the Colon Theater, by the hand of teacher Mabel Silvera. At the age of 18 I received an exchange scholarship at the themunicipality Dance school of Madrid city for one academic year of study.

Vaganova Ballet Method

The Vaganova method is a ballet technique and training system devised by the Russian dancer and pedagogue Agrippina Vaganova (1879–1951). It was derived from the teachings of the Premier Maitre de Ballet, Marius Petipa, throughout the late 19th century. It was Agrippa Vaganova who perfected and cultivated this form of teaching classical ballet and turned it into a viable syllabus. The method fuses elements of traditional French style from the romantic era with the athleticism and virtuosity of Italian Cecchetti technique. The training system is designed to involve the whole body in every movement, with equal attention paid to the upper body, legs and feet. Vaganova believed that this approach increases consciousness of the body, thus creating a harmony of movement and greater expressive range.

My Masters

Tatiana Fesenko was born in Rostov, Russia, and arrived with her family from those distant European lands to organize a Russian ballet academy based on the Vaganova School. Preceding a solid prestige: artist emeritus of Russia, first dancer of St. Petersburg, choreographer and pedagogue, entered by contest with Mikahil Barishnikov to the Vaganova Academy, graduating both as the best students in his class. She finished her higher studies at the prestigious Leningrad Conservatory, was a teacher of the Youth Ballet of the Kirov Theater, pedagogue of the Classical Ballet in the choreography chair of the St. Petersburg Conservatory and professor at the Vaganova Academy. In the United States he held the International Ballet Symposium in Baltimore, and danced in France, Spain, Japan, England, Germany, Italy, also doing work as a choreographer. In 1978 he starred in the movie “Sylphs”. In 2002, the International Confederation of Dance awarded her in Buenos Aires the prize as the best foreign teacher. From Rosario, Tatiana is invited to teach courses in Buenos Aires, and even Rosario, dancers from the Teatro Colón, the Teatro San Martín, or the neighboring country of Uruguay also arrive to take their classes. Vasily Ostrovsky also holds the distinction of emeritus artist of Russia and was, like Fesenko, first figure of St. Petersburg, having studied and specializations in the same conservatories and academies.