Gabriela Elias








Gabriela began her dance career in classical and jazz, participating in several musicals. In 1986 she discovered tango, and has since integrated it in her performances, currently in the cast of the company “Mariano Mores” as prima ballerina, with Eduardo Perez; and is also Director of the dance group. She performed in shows and concerts with the orchestras of José Colangelo, Las Tangueras, Los Reyes del Tango and others. She also shared the stage with Libertad Lamarque, Julio Iglesias, Estela Raval, and Los 5 Latinos, among others. She has traveled to more than 25 countries around the world showing her dance and transmitting everything she knows through her teaching at workshops, festivals, milongas and private classes, demonstrating both male and female roles. She danced the tango at Royal Festival Hall (London), Royal Theater Carré (Amsterdam,) the Waldorf Astoria (New York City), Caesar’s Palace (Las Vegas and Atlantic City) Canecão (Rio de Janeiro), the World Economic Forum (Davos), and for the Queen of England. She has had successful seasons within Argentina, especially in the city of Buenos Aires, performing in internationally recognized venues including the Teatro Colón, Luna Park, Estadio Obras, and the Gran Rex, Opera and Metropolitan theaters; also in major hotels and dinner theaters, including Sheraton, Intercontinental, Hilton, Plaza Hotel, the Park Plaza chain, Libertador, Michelángelo and La Ventana. She has participated as a judge for the tango salón and tango escenario categories at the World Championship and Metropolitan competition of Buenos Aires, and as a teacher at the Festival of Tango since 2003. Since 2002 she has organized the well-known and prestigious authentic milonga in Buenos Aires, La Baldosa. Her specialty is the MILONGA rhythm, and her classes are taught in the most recognized milongas and schools of Buenos Aires. They are praised for her teaching method and excellent pedagogy. They say that GABRIELA loves TANGO, but her passion is the MILONGA CON TRASPIE.



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