CV Annatina Luck
Annatina Luck began dancing at an early age and studied ballet, modern dance, jazz, and composition. She received a scholarship to study in New York at the Alvin Ailey school, and after graduating she began to perform, choreograph and teach extensively in the U.S. and abroad. But her love for Tango and its culture was always present, and since 2003 she devotes herself completely to the Tango. Since 2008 she resides in Buenos Aires, in the mecca of Tango where she teaches and performs.
She has studied Tango under Daniel & Lorena Ferro, Julio Balmaceda & Corina de la Rosa, Claudio Hofmann & Pilar Alvarez, Gustavo Naveira, Cesar Coelho, Natalia Hills, Nito and Elba Garcia.
Her credits as a teacher include: Empire Dance Studio, New York, 2003-2005; Boston Tango Society, 2005-2007; Sietetango, Washington DC, 2007; Champions Dance Studio, New York, 2005-2008; You should be Dancing, New York, 2007; Sueño Porteño, Buenos Aires, 2009, Bien Porteño, Buenos Aires 2010, and she has taught various musicality Workshops with Tango Pianist Octavio Brunetti.
She taught and performed at the following Tango Festivals:
New York Tangofestival, New York, 2005/2006/2007; New York meets Boston Tangofestival, Boston, 2006; Washington Tangofestival, Washington DC, 2007/2008/2009
Annatina performed in New York at the Rattle Stick Theater, in Satalla, at S.O.B. (Sounds of Brasil) with Bajafondo Tango Club, at the Thalia Theatre, at the Morgan Park Music Festival, Long Island with Piantango, with the Erol Grimes Dance Company, in Evansville with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Evansville, with the show "Two to Tango" and the Pan American Symphony Orchestra with Daniel Binelli at the Avalon Theatre and the Lyric Opera House, Maryland. Since 2007 she is a featured dancer for the Pan American Symphony Orchestra and their shows at the Lisner Auditorium.
Her own shows, together with the Octavio Brunetti Quintet are "Piantango", and "Voice of Nostalgia", which was presented at the the prestigious Kaufmann Hall, in Manhattan.
In Buenos Aires she has performed at Club Gricel, Confiteria Ideal, Tangocool Villa Malcom, Porteño y Bailarin, Trenzas Tango Club, Milonga Pinar de Rocha, Nuevo Chique, Bien Porteño, Circulo Apolo, el Gardel de Medellin, and in the oldest Tango Shows of Buenos Aires, the legendary Bar Sur.
She has worked together with the following musicians and Orchestras: Sexteto Milonguero, Bajafondo Tango Club, Daniel Binelli, Raul Jaurena, Octavio Brunetti Quintett, Hector del Curto, Symphony Orchestra of Evansville, Pan American Symphony Orchestra, Tito Castro and Pancho Navarro
Annatina is the founder of the weekly Milonga “La Milonguita Ideal”, in New York City.