Chiche Núñez is a student of the renowned dancer and representative of the Urquiza style, José Brahemcha, called “El Turco José” (1931 — 2010), and his other mentor was the well-known dancer from Villa Pueyrredón, Hugo Mozzi, also known as “Nene Fo”.
Chiche’s dancing is characterized by the finesse of the Urquiza style, as well as his very own, unique dynamic, coming from his constant quest for developing the style to express individuality and contemporariness — a quest in which all the experiences with different inputs from carefully chosen Maestros, like Raul Bravo, combine and merge. In this pursuit, he finds it crucial to discover and protect common roots of all these structures and techniques.
In 1998 Chiche moved from Buenos Aires to Germany. Here he works as a dancer, choreographer and teacher of Tango Argentino. In Berlin, together with Ester Duarte, he found a new cosmopolitan diversity, which constantly challenges and inspires him as an artist. Nowadays he works regularly in Berlin, and on his path to self-development aims for a steady inspiration, derived not only from tango, but other art forms as well and his interaction with different dance partners.
Among his most important performances and productions:
Appearances at events of the VIA network (2018)
Performances as part of the Embrace Berlin Tango Festival (2015-2018)
Parietè Gala Show with Giorgio Madia as director (Pfefferberg Theater, Berlin, Sep. 2016)
Since 2007 to 2016 regular appearances in the Berlin Philharmonic
Opera “Maria de Buenos Aires”, director and choreographer (Israel Tour, May 2013)
“Cafetín del Sur” (Ufa Factory, Berlin, 2010)
“Tango for Engler” (Kristiansand Symphonic Orchestra, 2009)
Operita “María de Buenos Aires” (Norway Tour, March 2007)
As well as performances in the most important tango clubs in Buenos Aires, such as. Sunderland, Canning, Sin Rumbo.