Tango dancers, teachers and jury in the maximum competition level.
Since they were 6 years old, Alejandra Armenti and Daniel Juárez held to dance as if it was a new toy. After listening to folklore, jazz and tango, they allowed these rhythms to change them through dance and improvisation
They trained as individual dancers between 1991 and 1997 in the National Folkloric Ballet and while representing this institution, they modeled their dances through the most important and traditional scenarios in the porteño culture: from the imponent Teatro Colón, to the Cervantes, San Martín and el Luna Park.
By 1997, they decided to stretch their arms to come together as a couple, and in this way, they threw themselves on to the world, as professors, to teach tango together. They travelled to Brazil, Mexico, United States, Japan, China, Russia, Turkey, some European countries and Oceania.
On top of serving tango through their teachings, they participated in some of the best shows around the world, like “Nueva Compañía Tangueros”, directed by Mariachiara Micheli in Italy, Switzerland and the United States.
And in recognition to their experiences and work in the tango dance world, the Tango World Championship has asked for their presence as juries since 2008, completing, in 2018, an uninterrupted decade of labor as examiners in tango´s maximum competition level worldwide.