Junior Cervila

Junior Cervila was named by New York newspapers "the Gene Kelly of Latin Dance". He was born in Brazil and moved to Buenos Aires where Tango got into his blood.

Junior has an extensive professional history that includes performances on Broadway (NY) at Gershwin theatre with "Tango Argentino". He also performed at Lincoln Center and Town Hall in New York, danced in the film "Tango" by Carlos Saura, and has been nominated for the Academy Award as Best Foreign Film and travelled the world with the show of Julio Iglesias. He was filmed for the BBC with the prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet of London, Deborah Bull, and developed one of the leading roles in the successful musicals "Tanguera", "Piazzolla Tango" and "Tangorama". He was chosen to a private tango show the Rolling Stones on tour in Argentina in 2007.

Junior danced with the orchestra of Daniel Barenboim in late 2006. He performed in Buenos Aires at Luna Park, Gran Rex, Teatro Opera, Teatro Colon and the Nueve de Julio in a historic concert of "Tango Argentino" to 15000 people. Since 2001, Junior runs his own company "Latin Dance Company" in which fuses salsa, tango, samba and flamenco. He is considered by many as the best and most versatil  dancer nowadays.

He starred "Tanguera in Amsterdam, London (Sadlers Wells), Basel, Munich, Paris (Theatre du Chateler),  and traveled USA, Moscow and Italy with his show. He is currently a choreographer of "Piazzolla Tango" and "Tango Porteño", two of the most prominent tango shows in Buenos Aires seasons.

Latin Dance Company – Celos

The latest Junior Cervila’s show is called "Jealousy" and is an adaptation of Othello tragedy of W. Shakespere. Mixing Latin rhythms and a perfect combination of lights and projections, the dance is the thread that makes the audience not take his eyes from the stage for a second and exit the theatre in total ecstasy.