Natalia Hills is a third-generation tango dancer. Her professional debut was at 12 years of age in the dance company of Juan Carlos Copes.
She has been nominated for Laurence Olivier, Tony, and Drama Desk awards for best choreography for the hit show “Forever Tango” on Broadway and in London.
She danced for the late Princess Diana Spencer, in the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, and at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
On television, she has appeared on the “Today Show” on NBC, “Evening at the Pops” on PBS, and in a National Geographic special among others.
In 2009, Hills founded her own dance company, “Tangueros del Sur” and presented “Romper el Piso” in the New York City Center, Jacob’s Pillow, Israel Dance Festival in Jerusalem, Maipo Theater of Buenos Aires, and the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, Greece, where the company also presented a version of “Maria de Buenos Aires” by Astor Piazzolla and Horacio Ferrer with the original singer in the musical, Amelita Baltar in 2018.
2020: Undertakes research and investigation into the learning, practice and early years of artistic training; studio that she shares with Luis Tarantino (Prestigious journalist and radio host), including director Ivan Bauer in the artistic team.
2021: The making of “Ella Baila” happens in November, in San Telmo, Buenos Aires.
“To be more specific, Ms Hills is a completely appealing and stylish dancer, delightful at a brisk tempo,
sensuous at any step”
THE NEW YORK TIMES 2008