Born and raised in Madrid, Spain, Marcos is a passionate dancer who started his journey in 2016 in Copenhagen. His first steps were in Cuban Salsa. After a few months, he discovered Bachata and was immediately hooked. He started taking Bachata lessons and attended every social dance event, workshop and international festival he could find. His focus was on sensual Bachata, but lately he has been developing his understanding of Dominican Bachata. His commitment and enthusiasm led to a place on the Salsante performance team in 2018, and he started teaching Bachata at DTU in 2019. For Marcos, musicality and precise execution are essential, and these are the key elements you will learn from him.
Originally from Spain, Ane begun her first dance steps in ballet when she was a child and also studied music in a conservatory for 5 years. Music has been present in her life for many years, but it was in Denmark she got deeply into her dancing. Ane started taking regular Bachata classes in 2015 at DTU while doing her Masters, and now she is regularly teaching there. She has traveled to many festivals especially in Spain, focusing on Bachata Fusion and Sensual Bachata, but she also likes to mix it with Dominican Bachata. She has now taken classes from different dance styles: Cuban Salsa, Cross Body on1, Kizomba, Zouk, Jazz, Contemporary and Ballet. She is still engaged with some of them, since she believes it is essential to get inspired from different dances and never stop learning. She is very self-demanding, persistent and with a great musicality and creativity. She will definitely boost you up in your dancing and teach you how to dance understanding the music and the connection with yourself and your partner.