Roberto Herrera is an Argentine Tango dancer born in San Salvador de Jujuy.
From 1992 to 1994 he was main dancer of the show of the Casa de Tango Michelangelo in Buenos Aires, with the participation of the famous songwriters/singers Roberto Goyeneche, Maria Grana, Adriana Varela, Horacio Ferrer, Raul Lavie, and of the Orchestras Sexteto Mayor, Julian Plaza and Jose Colangelo.
In 1992 he was chosen by Osvaldo Pugliese as principal dancer of his Orchestra and took part in a European tour and in a Latin American one. The two artists then continued working together until Pugliese's death in 1995. From 1993 to 1995 Roberto Herrera was also the main dancer of the show Tango Pasion with the Orchestra Sexteto Mayor, during its tours in Europe, the United States of America and Asia. In 1994 he was cast in the biographical movie Muchas Gracias, Maestro, on the life of Osvaldo Pugliese.
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