GABRIEL MISSE & ANALIA CENTURION
Gabriel Missé is one of the great "milongueros" of this generation known for his classic style. He began studying Argentine Tango at age 6 with masters such as Antonio Todaro and Pepito Avellaneda. He has performed with leading artists and musicians like Julian Plaza, Colangelo, Oscar Basil, Alberto Castillo, Roberto Goyeneche, Mariano Mores, Armando Manzanero. He, has appeared in tango documentaries for National Geographic and for Japanese television NH. For many years, Gabriel was part of the Miguel Angel Zotto¹s company, ³Tango x 2" in its world-wide tours with ³Una Noche de Tango² and he has also choreographed several touring Tango Shows. He was a judge at the World Tango competition and Metropolitan and has taught and danced at numerous festivals in Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, Mexico and Brazil.
Analia Centurión began her dance studies at age 6 in classical dance and began dancing tango at age 16. She has extensive experience dancing and teaching tango in various festivals and workshops in Argentina, North America, Europe, Asia, Mexico and Brazil. She has performed with different companies like Mora Godoy and Juan Carlos Copes, the House Dinner Show, Piazzolla Tango, La Ventana, Madero Tango, Boca Tango and Tango Complejo. Analia was the director and choreographer of the young company inside Fusion Tango Buenos Aires with the participation of children and youth from 2001 to 2005. She was a judge at the World Tango competition and Metropolitan. Analia currently ownes a Tango studio, "Belgrano 333", in Chacabuco, province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Gabriel & Analia, since restarting their professional dance partnership in 2011, have shared their passion for teaching tango by conducting seminars, workshops and exhibitions in Brazil, Canada, United States, Russia, Colombia, Asia , Indonesia and Korea, Vail dance international Festival . They have participated as judges and teachers in the world of tango in Buenos Aires and given performances in various Buenos Aires milonga establishments and in New York, with rave reviews in the renowned New York Times in nine opportunities and on one occasion in the New Yorker magazine, being described as "the Intoxicating Gabriel Missé and Analia Centurion".
³As for Mr. Missé, I know of no dancer today of whom people rightly speak with such affectionate awe. He¹s the Mikhail Baryshnikov of tango, sweet and miraculous.² Alastair Macaulay, NY Times. Sept 26, 2013 "Analía´s footwork has grown only exquisite ..." - Alastair macaulay , NY Times , aug 13 , 2013