Cinthya Tomino

Cinthya Tomino

Profesional Tango Dancer

I was born on 01/09/1991, in Colón, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. I started dancing Tango when I was 8 years old. I joined the Youth Ballet of the city, with which we toured umerous stages in the country, and provincial, national and Mercosur competitions. At the age of 18 I moved to the Federal Capital, to continue my professional career.

I worked for 2 years in the stable cast of Sabor a Tango, at the Rozzini Palace, together with the Fabio Haguer Sextet Orchestra, and under the direction of the Maestra Verónica Salmerón.

In 2012/13 I was working for ten months at Tango Origin, in the city of Tokyo, Japan, and I toured that country together with the Andrés Linetzki Orchestra and the direction of Maestro Roberto Herrera. In 2015/16, I was three months in Beijing, China; two months in Nuremberg, Germany and six months in Lisbon, Portugal, always teaching and sharing my culture.

I have been teaching three times in Maputo, Mozambique, and I participated in the first International Festival of Africa, in 2017, in that city. In 2018 I founded a Cultural Center in my hometown, where we teach adolescents and young people, and also Organizing milongas, Folkloric party, and Salsa and Bachata nights. In 2021/2022 I was teaching at Houston Tango School, in Texas, USA.
I participatedin several editions of the World Tango Championship and Metropolitan Cup, as a follower and leader, being a semifinalist in 2014/2016/2018.

I love Tango and I have no memory of my life without it, so Iwould love to share with my experienced, that you can create your own connection with this beautiful dance.

Tango leader & follower

During my career, I was trained in both roles, leader and follower, this allows me to know more about Tango, and to be able to transmitit, considering the technique of both roles. I am also a Pilates and Stretching instructor, That´s why I focus on making dance comfortable and beneficial for our body’s health.

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