marco ferrignoMarco Ferrigno, Italy

Born in Salerno September 7, 1986 he began his dancing at the age of 12, prior to dancing Salsa he was dancing Ballroom (Waltz, Tango, Quick Step and Fox Trot), he discovered the salsa in 2000 and went on to learn various dance styles such as flamenco, modern jazz, New York On2, Afro y Rumba. today Marco is one of the most requested artists worldwide with his ballerina Haridian Benavente…. Marco has participated in the following Congresses: Milan, London, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Rio De Janeiro, Caracas, Curacao, Chicago, Amsterdam, Brussels, Madrid, Santiago De Compostela, Benidorm, Portugal, Porto Lisbon, Tunisia, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Monaco and many others …

in 2008 he founded his own company named ANSIMA PRODUCTION BALLET having success around the world with various choreographic projects and two productions of 60 min duration “POETRY” “AND THE PURE” .. pure dance between dance salsa and various mix of Latin rhythms Marco have the honour of working for the past 6 years with dancers NATALIA LOPEZ TOLEDANO AND JESSICA QUILES HERNANDEZ (2013 champion of open sauce of puerto rico) as part of ANSIMA PRODUCTION BALLET currently one of the best dance companies worldwide ..

Since January 2015 MARCO FERRIGNO has the honour of working a new partner one of the world’s best salsa dancers, directly from NEW YORK CITY KAREL FLORES.

 

NEW YORK CITY'S PREMIER LATIN DANCE EVENT

The New York International Salsa Congress is New York City's largest and longest-running Latin dance and music event where the world comes to dance every Labor Day Weekend. This year is the 17th annual edition and will take place at the prestigious New York Marriott Marquis, in the heart of Times Square, footsteps from Broadway theaters, museums and other NYC attractions.  

Featuring live band concerts, performance showcases, instructional workshops, and non-stop social dancing all in the center of the world's greatest city, come see why the NYISC brings thousands of attendees from New York and over 40 countries worldwide for an annual celebration of Latin dance, music and culture.

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