Join Guillermo & Silvia's classes this
weeekend and the Black & White Ball on Saturday Night
More info @ www.Celebratetango.com
Guillermo Salvat and Silvia Grynt have performed around the world and have stared in several of Buenos Aires most popular shows. They have taught Tango throughout the US and Europe, but this will be their first time in a Milonga in NYC!.
This will be their only a appearance in The New York while their are n a break from their tour.
They have performed and taught worldwide, in over 30 countries in the five continents: Europe, Asia, South Africa, Oceanic Continent and the entire American continent.
They have outstanding international reputation in both teaching and performing. They have participated in many well-known festivals, such as Festivals of Rome, Baden Baden, Karlsruhe, Torino, Medellin, the “U.S.T.C. Tango Fantasy” in Miami (2004 – 2011); the Festival of New York and the Boston Tango Festival.
Guillermo and Silvia have been part of prestigious tango companies such as Tangox2 and Solo Tango, and they have participated as guest artists in many distinguished shows, such us “Tango & Fire”, “Piazzolla Puro” and “Soñando Tangos” (Italy). They choreographed the shows “ Estampas Porteñas” (Australia and New Zealand), “Magia de Tango” (Colombia) and“Masters of Tango” (USA), among many others. They have performed in the most prestigious stages around the world, such as the Sydney Opera House, the Kremlin Theatre in Moscow, the Brancaccio in Rome, the Canecaô in Rio de Janeiro, the Luna Park in Buenos Aires, and in the most distinguished tango shows in Buenos Aires, Esquina Carlos Gardel and Rojo Tango.
In 2006 Guillermo and Silvia have released their own show, TANGO-A-TIERRA, which have been presented in Buenos Aires, South Africa, Hong Kong, Russia, Ukraine and Brazil in many cities around the world, with extraordinary success.
They are appreciated for their technical and precise teaching, as well for their unique performing style.
Mariana Galassi was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she started dancing Tango over 8 years ago. She trained intensively with Chicho Frumboli and Lucia Mazer, Julio Balmaceda and Corina de La Rosa and Gustavo Naveira. As a member of Ana Kamien Dance Company, she performed in Buenos Aires’ most notable theaters. In 2000, she moved to New York City where she currently performs and teaches Argentine Tango. She continues to travel throughout the United States performing and giving workshops. She participated as a dancer and teacher in several Tango festivals including the prestigious Congress of Argentine Tango (Cita, Buenos Aires 2004) where she was one of the invited Tango masters. Visit Mariana’s website at www.marianagalassi.com.