jimmy anton new york salsa congress 4Jimmy Anton, New York City

Jimmy Anton Sunday Social


Teaching Salsa/Mambo Since 1991 Former dancer in Tito Puente & Eddie Torres group

Performed twice at Salsa Festivals in Madison Square Garden with his own Company of 36 dancers.

Danced with: Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Oscar De Leon, El Gran Combo, Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz, Grupo Niche, Tito Rodriguez Jr., Los Hermanos Moreno, Orquesta De La Luz, Orquesta Guayacan, Tito Nieves, Tipica 73, Cachao, Mario Bauza Big Band, Mambo Legends Big Band Orchestra, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, etc.

Celia Cruz Video Choreography (Oye Como Va) Jose Alberto Video Choreography (Gitana) Introduced Salsa On2 in Hong Kong, Argentina and Peru. Also brought on2 dancers for the first time to Los Angeles, California to meet Albert Torres in 1999.

First to innovate Dancing On2 and make it Straight Line Style (Bailando en estilo Linea)

First to innovate Dancing On2 with turns from West Cost Swing Style Dance.

Jimmy Anton has taught at: Hunter College Brooklyn University Lehman College Eddie Torres Dance School Sandra Cameron Dance Center Stepping Out Studio Dance Manhattan

Has travelled to over 15 Countries as a teacher, performer and DJ

Has travelled to a variety of Salsa and Dance Congresses in the US & around the world.

Has appeared on several TV Shows, Documentaries & Interviews Has served as a Judge at various national dance competitions including the SOS Grand Championships and the US Open Swing Dance Championships

Started the First and Premier Salsa Social Dance in 1993. Jimmy's Social is also a local tourist attraction for well-known On2 Dancers from all over the world.

Jimmy Anton has received 8 Awards for Teaching Salsa and as Producer, Best Event & Ambassador for On2 Dancers in the world.








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 18th 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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