||Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina,
she arrived as teenager in Italy and went through many kinds of
dances like Modern Jazz, Contemporary and Hip Hop, Argentinean Tango
and Caribbean dances. Her passion however concentrated on Oriental
Dances which she began to study since 1989 and then analyzed thoroughly
with world famous teachers, particularly Leïla Haddad.
Dancer, choreographer and researcher, Margarita
got an Academic Degree in Fine Arts, Music and Drama in 1992. She
has devoted herself mainly to Dance and its diffusion all over Italy.
In 2002, she was appointed International IDO judge for International
Dances. Since 2006, she is coordinator and person in charge
of the National Technical Committee for Oriental Dances in FIDS
(Italian Dance Sport Federation).
In 2004, she ensured that Oriental Dances got into the Olympus of
the Sport Dance recognized by CONI in Italy and by CIO (International
Olympic Committee) world-wide, organizing the first National Championship
in Italy and participating with her school in the World Cup in Moscow
since 2005. She was appointed as official judge representing Italy
both for World Cup in Russia in January 2009, and for 7th World
Dance Olympiad - IDO World and European in May 2010.
of Dance Academy "Centro Culturale Margarita",
with its headquarters in Trentino and Veneto, north of Italy, she
keeps workshops and seminars in several Italy’s regions. In
July 2010, she participated as teacher and performer in Ahlan Wa
Sahlan Festival of Cairo.
She is the Artistic Director of the “International
Oriental Dance Congress” in Riccione, Italy, and
organizes many events with the aim of making meet world-famous teachers
and transverse topics for Oriental Dance development. She promotes
a national competition with the National Trophy of Oriental Dances,
and the circuit Italy’s Cup of Oriental Dances since 2008
to this day.
As vocational trainer, she is co-author of the didactic
book “Oriental Dances” for teachers and dancers.
Her eclectic personality takes her to watch the world of Dance in
the whole spectrum and to develop the concept of modern choreographic
space and contemporary corporeal techniques in Oriental Dances.
It has been possible thanks to her deep knowledge of arts and academic