Fernanda Cajide was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a professional dancer, producer, choreographer and dedicated Tango instructor for more than 20 years. She started her career in Argentina performing at the most traditional stages in Buenos Aires, such as “La Cumparsita” and “El Viejo Almacén”. She also taught in colleges, dance studios and cultural centers in Buenos Aires before moving to the United States in 2001.
She taught Argentinian tango for 11 years in the United States and founded one of the most renowned academies on the east coast, the New England Tango Academy. She was the Director and Producer of the Tango shows “Nuestra Pasion” and “It takes more than two”.
She was one of the founders of the musical and dance group “MassTango” which performed in renowned stages such as the Somerville Theater (Somerville, MA), Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston, MA) and the MIT Kresge Auditorium (Cambridge, MA)
Fernanda also performed and taught Tango at prestigious institutions such as Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Museum of Fine Arts, Northeastern University, Berklee College of Music, Philadelphia Museum of Arts among many other private and public organizations.
Rita Williams (Boston, MA)
In 2011 Fernanda moved to Europe where she continued to develop her career. She has taught and performed for the Argentinian Embassy in Spain and opened her own school in Barcelona.
In 2017 Fernanda moved to Kuala Lumpur where she expanded her career. She has performed and taught in several events organized by the Argentinian Embassy in Malaysia as well as the Argentinian Embassy in Singapore. She performed at the Latin America Festival and Kuala Lumpur’s National Art Gallery. She has been the Production Adviser of the Tango Show “Scent of Tango” which was presented at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Art Center. She has also been invited to perform for several events organized by the Latin Women Association of Malaysia. Fernanda was invited by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture of Malaysia to represent Argentina at the Living Arts Cultural Festival of Kuala Lumpur.
In January 2023 she moved to Dubai. She currently coaches professional dancers around the world for international Tango competitions. She has trained countless Tango teachers and has her own “Teachers Training Program” joined by those who want to become professional Tango instructors.