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Natalia Hills
   
Educated in tango and descending from three generations of tango dancers, NATALIA HILLS made her theatrical debut at 12 years of age at the historic Corrientes theatre district in Buenos Aires with Juan Carlos Copes, Roberto Goyeneche and Atilio Stampone. She is one of the original members of the Broadway and London hit, “Forever Tango”, nominated in 1998 for Tony and Drama Desk awards for best choreography. In 1995, after a successful theatre season in London’s West End, she was invited to dance at a British Embassy event in honour of Princess Diana. Over the course of her career, Hills has danced in the most prestigious theatres in the world: the Colón Theatre in Buenos Aires, the Hollywood Bowl as primary dancer with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and in the Walther Kerr, Marquis, and Shubert Theatres on Broadway. She has made television appearances on the NBC's TODAY show, in “Evening at the Pops” for PBS with the Boston Pops hosted by Leslie Caron, and on the National Geographic Channel. In 2009, Hills founded her own dance company, “Tangueros del Sur” in New York presenting her first show “Romper el Piso” at New York City Center. The show was adjudged and declared a work of Cultural Interest by the Cultural Ministry of Argentina's Secretary of the Nation.
   
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Alejandro Aquino
   
A graduate of the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires where he was a member of the Corps de Ballet, ALEJANDRO AQUINO started his career in Tango as a principal dancer in the production, “Tango-Tango”, by Juan Carlos Copes with Roberto Goyeneche and Atilio Spampone. Aquino was also chosen by Maestro Osvaldo Pugliese; composer, orchestra leader and one of the most important figures in the history of Tango music, to join the orchestra concerts on tour in America, Asia and Europe. Among these was the historic concert of Osvaldo Pugliese and Astor Piazzolla at the Royal Carré Theatre in Amsterdam, Holland on June 26, 1989. In 1991 he performed in the famous Aldwych West End Theatre in London with the show “Tango Argentino” of Claudio Segovia and Hector Orezzolli. Aquino then established himself in Europe, having created the show, “Tangueros”, with the sponsorship of the Festival International Oriente-Occidente in Trento and Rovereto in Italy. He was the artistic director, choreographer and scenic director of a dance company bearing the same name, which presented with great success and critical acclaim. Some of the most important Tango musicians of the genre featured in the production. He recently joined the "Tangueros del Sur"  company with the show “Romper el Piso", performing in the legendary Teatro Maipo de Buenos Aires in July-August 2016.
   
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