Geraldin Rojas

Real name: Rojas, Gerladine
(6 July 1981 - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

he holds time in a hug when she is dancing tango. In her style, the enrichment of dancing in the integrity of a person is recognized. She is an unprecedented artist who does not need to be introduced.

She learnt to dance when she was a little girl in the milongas of Villa Urquiza, in Sunderland, Sin Rumbo, listening to the advice of veterans in dance tracks like Pepito Avellaneda, Gerardo Portalea, Cacho Mantegazza, Virulazo or La Fillipini, Ada, La Negra Margarita, La Rusa.

She started as professional with Gustavo Moro, on a journey to Corea which turned out so successful that led her to appear along figures like Roberto Goyeneche, Luis Bravo, Julián Plaza, José Colángelo, among others.

She danced in the movies The man who captured Eichmann (1996, with Néstor Ray), Assassination Tango (2002) andJe ne suis pas là pour être aimé (2005).

In 2005 Ezequiel and Geraldin were summoned to join the cast of Corrientes esquina Glamour, directed and produced by Gerardo Sofovich. Soon thereafter they were requested by the Luis Bravo’s company Forever Tango.

Based in Europe, they made Milano a Teatro, a TV program in Milano, alongside Gennaro D’Avanzo and a great cast.

They appeared in a large number of festivals, sharing the bill with prestigious artists at different shows.

Today they are based in Amsterdam, with their daughter Amapola, and teach in the Academia de Tango Amsterdam founded in 1991.