Jeremías Fors

Argentine Native, Jeremias Fors, is one of the most sought out tango performers in the United States today. He has danced and choreographed with renowned shows like Luis Bravoʼs Forever Tango (2016), Piazzolla’s Operetta Maria de Buenos Aires (NYC Opera 2018, Atlanta Opera 2019 & 2017, New Orleans Opera 2017, Nashville Opera 2017, Florida Grand Opera 2013), 2020 Super Bowl LIV Parade, Black & White: A Theatrical Tango Production (2019), the U.S. tours of This Is Tango Now-Identidad (2013, 2012), Luis Bravo’s La Cumparsita de Argentina (2019), Homenaje a Mariano Mores (2017), Carmen de Buenos Aires (2015), La Magia del Tango (2016, 2015), A Puro Tango II (2014), Masters of Tango by Tango Fantasy (2011), Amor de Tango (2011), and Tango Lovers (2009) among many others.

Jeremias is a trained musician, he attended the music programs of New World School of the Arts and Florida International University on full scholarships as a Music Performance Mayor. The discipline and knowledge acquired through his musical education carried over into his tango: As a dancer, teacher and choreographer. This personal journey resulted in the co-founding of Tango Axis LLC back in 2010, creating the shows “Eras del Tango” (2010) and “Amor Porteño” a.k.a Tango Suites (2016), making him the youngest tango choreographer and producer in the United States.

Jeremias’s TV appearances include Telemundo’s “2019 Miss Universe Special”, “Un Nuevo Día”, “Siempre Niños” and WFAA’s “Good Morning Texas”. As well as being a choreographer for the reality show “Así se baila”.

His artistry garnered great reviews in newspapers and media like the Washington Post, Broadway World, Miami New Times, Miami Herald, Edge Media Network, D.C. Theater Scene and Argentinaʼs CARAS Magazine among others. His performance with FGOʼs production of Piazzollaʼs Operetta; “Maria de Buenos Aires” and Robert Rodriguezʼs musical piece “Tango”, were both chosen “Top 10 Performances of 2013″ by South Florida Classical Review.

As a teacher, Jeremias has developed a progressive teaching style that embarks the full vocabulary of the tango dance today. He is fluent in both English and spanish and has taught and performed in the following festivals: International Tango Summit (2019, 2018), Alegria Mini Tango Festival (2018), NYC Spring Tango Weekend (2019), Yunta Brava Florida (2016), Florida Tango Encounter (2017, 2016), 15th Miami Tango Fantasy Festival (2011), 9th Annual Boston Tango Festival (2012), Boulder Tango Festival (2016, 2014), as well as workshops through out the United States. In April 2013 he co-founded and directed an Argentine Tango School in Miami, receiving a proclamation by the Mayor of Miami-Dade County, Carlos Gimenez, for enriching the art and knowledge of argentine tango in South Florida.

As a Tango dancer, teacher, choreographer and producer, Jeremias has certainly become an influential force in the development of the South Florida Tango Community. He is now working on his newest project:  “Miami Tango Show”, an initiative to honor the heritage and art of Argentine Tango Performance, what it can transmit, teach and create.  Its mission, to present the highest standard of Argentine Tango to audiences in South Florida and through out the United States.