Coming from a third generation of tango dancers

she  began  her career at the age of 12 years old, absorbing tango at first sight  from the greatest tango master of that time. 

Tango dancer and choreographer Natalia Hills comes from three generations of Tango dancers. Hills made her theatrical debut at the young age of 12 in the historic Corrientes theater district in Buenos Aires performing alongside Tango legends such as dancer and choreographer Juan Carlos Copes, vocalist Roberto Goyeneche and Atilio Stampone (composer, pianist). Hills later went on to perform as one of the original members of the Broadway and London hit, Forever Tango which was nominated for a Tony and Drama Desk awards for best choreography. In 1995, after a successful theater season in London’s West End, she was invited to perform at a British Embassy event in honor of Princess Diana Spencer. Over the course of her career, Hills has danced in the most prestigious theaters in the world including: the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, the Hollywood Bowl as a primary dancer accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and in the Walter Kerr, Marquis, and Shubert Theaters on Broadway. Television appearances include NBC’s Today Show, Evening at the Pops on PBS featuring the Boston Pops and hosted by Leslie Caron, and on the National Geographic channel among others. Founding her company in 2009, Tangueros del Sur made its US premiere at New York City Center that same year. The company has also performed at Vail International Dance Festival (2010), Jacob’s Pillow Dance at Ted Shawn Theater (2011) and at the Israel Dance Festival in Jerusalem (2012). After four years, the company reprised the show “Romper el Piso” (Break the Floor) in August 2016 in the “Maipo” Theater of Buenos Aires. In September 2017, “Romper el Piso” was performed at the legendary Odeon Atticus Theatre in Athens, Greece. Following January 2018, the company participated in the APAP conference in New York City Center. From July to August of the same year, they performed a Summer Tour with “Romper el Piso” in 18 of the most ancient theatres in Greece. September 2018, Tangueros del Sur made its world premiere of “Maria de Buenos Aires” (choreographic version) with original singer of the play: Amelita Baltar, at the historic Odeon Atticus Theatre in Athens, Greece.
Natalia Hills “Romper el Piso” (Break the Floor) on their US Autumn tour 2019 at the Arlene Schnitzel Center Hall with White Bird and The Soraya- CSUN in Los Angeles was a complete success.
 
 

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