ABOUT US

Juliana Aparicio

Juliana was born in Buenos Aires and began taking dance and rhythmic gymnastics classes at a very young age. In her teenage years, she became passionate about jazz dance and ballet. She worked as a dance teacher for children and adults at the well known dance studio “Noemí Cohelo and Rodolfo Olguín” in Buenos Aires. When she was 18, she fell in love with tango and since then has dedicated herself to dancing and teaching professionally. Juliana has participated in various international tango festivals and was asked to give seminars and shows in different countries around the world, such as Denmark, Italy, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Russia and Turkey. 

In addition to her career as a professional dancer and teacher, Juliana is pursuing her masters degree in Cultural Policy and Administration.

Santiago Hernandez

Santiago was born in Buenos Aires and, during his childhood, discovered his love of music and martial arts. Growing up, he trained at the advanced level of the Wing Chun system, during which his love for the transmission and teaching of movement arts intensified. In 2000 he began to dance tango and since then he was able to unite his passion for movement and music. Parallel to his training in tango, Santiago has been trained in ballet, contemporary dance and other disciplines such as aerial acrobatics and mime techniques. He has worked in companies such as Señor Tango, Brenda Angiel’s aerial dance company, the Classical Ballet of the Province of Salta in Argentina and the theater dance ballet of the city of Görlitz in Germany. He also worked as a tango dancer and teacher in different cities around the world such as Tokyo, London and Berlin, where he has lived since 2011 and where founded his own dance school, which he directed until 2017.

In addition to his career as a dancer, Santiago has a degree in Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires and works as a psychotherapist in the context of psychodynamically oriented psychotherapies (tiefenpsychologische Psychotherapie).