ANALIA CENTURION: Since the age of six, Analia Centurion studied classical ballet, modern dance and piano in the city of Chacabuco, Province of Buenos Aires. Her career as a tango dancer began in late 1995. She entered festivals and competitions where she won the gold medal and traveled to Spain to participate in the Buenos Aires Junior Tango Tournaments of 1997. From 2002 to 2006, she directed the "Fusion Tango" company. Comprised of children and young adults, the company participated in festivals, competitions and television programs. She was also a member of Juan Carlos Copes company and many other Tango productions She taught in Ms. Mora Godoys studio. Analia has many renowned maestros of tango, milonga and vals included Mingo and Esther Pugliese, Julio and Corina, Rosa and Carlos Peres, Milena Plebs, Johanna Copes, Carlos Gavito, Guillermina Quiroga, Fabian Salas and Gustavo Naveira, among others.
Admired for his classical “tanguero” style, Gabriel Misse is one of the great “milongueros” of this generation.
He started his formation as a dancer at the age of eight with great masters of tango such as Antonio Todaro y Pepito Avellaneda.
In Buenos Aires he acted together with legendary artists such as Julian Plaza, Alberto Castillo, Mariano Mores and Armando Manzanero among others and participated in documentaries produced by National Geographic with Robert Duval and Japanese Television NH (Japan Television Documentary Film)
In 1996, he was the protagonist in the publicity campaign “Tango” of Gianni Versace.
For many years, Gabriel was part of the Miguel Angel Zotto’s company, “Tango x 2,” in its world-wide tours with “Una Noche de Tango.”
His performances with this company include the City Center of New York, USA, la Mason de la Danse in Lyon, France, and appearances on RAI (Italian Television) among others.