Tito Ortos Pachanga Moves

Tito Ortos Pachanga Moves

Ortos J. Gutiérrez Ortiz, better known as Tito Ortos, Saturce born in December 1974. After completing a Bachelor in Natural Sciences from the University of Puerto Rico and studying music, singing, bass and clarinet, Tito began his career as a dancer Salsa on the initiative of his parents, both musicians. 

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Also development as a dancer of other genres such as Jazz, Merengue, "Bomba y Plena", Rumba, Modern Dance and Tap among others. Since then he has visited more than 100 cities around the world, providing classes and performances, along with his wife and dance partner Tamara Livolsi, who each year participate in salsa congresses around the world. Are jurors Salsa Salsa Open and World Cup World Latin Championship now. Produce Puerto Rico Hustle and Salsa Festival and both are part of the organization of Puerto Rico Salsa Congress.

Tamara Livolsi, born in Argentina on February 24, 1978, but raised in Puerto Rico, inherited from her mother the art of dancing. With over 20 years experience, trained and prepared in various dance disciplines as: jazz, ballet, hip-hop and others, she is one of the most versatile dancers and teachers. He has worked for artists such as Luis Fonsi, David Bisbal, Many Manuel, Ednita Nazario, Grupo Mania, Yury and Wilkins among others.

Both have signed several television commercials and films such as Dirty Dancing, Habanna Night, Yellow, singer Hector Lavoe and American Gangster as dancers. They also own the Rhythms Dance Academy, next to Danny Lugo choreographer.

Today Tito is not only a dancer. He is also the program director Salsa Municipality of San Juan and has been responsible for the choreographic work for artists such as Gilberto Santana Rosa, Victor Manuelle, El Gran Combo Michael Stuart, Tito Nieves, Luis Enrique, Ruben Blades, Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz, Domingo Quillones, Ismael Miranda, Elvis Crespo, Cheo Feliciano, Modesto Cepeda, Andy Montañez, NG2, Luis "Perico" Ortiz, Tommy Olivencia, Julio Voltio and Teo Calderon. Also of note was the choreographer for the "Bomba" and "Cha cha cha" in the intervention of Ricky Martin in the presentation of Miss Universe 2001 and the special Celia Cruz "Sugar" in Miami in 2003. In addition it has featured as a dancer Jazz singers as: Melina León, Yaire, Elvis Crespo, Olga Tanon and others.

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