is a New York/New Jersey artist with extensive experience as a professional dancer, instructor, and choreographer. Eleanee’s dance roots evolved in her early childhood being surrounded and immersed in traditional Latin art, culture, music, and dance. Her passion, riveting & sexy soulful dance style, and hard-working nature quickly elevated her to be recognized as one of the top elite artists in the area.
Since 2007, Eleanee has traveled, toured, and competed on an international and national level including performances at various congresses and festivals from Montreal, Puerto Rico, New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Sacramento, to Los Angeles. Eleanee was awarded the high honors of 1st Place in the Chicago Mid-West Salsa Championships 2010 and 1st runners up at the NY Salsa Open Championships 2009. Not only has she danced on the biggest stage in the world, Madison Square Garden, alongside numerous salsa superstars, she was honored and privileged to perform for the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
Eleanee is one of the most sought out artists in the area currently working on collaborations with Desiree Godsell, and Antonio Doza Willam. Her beautiful artistry is expressed through creative and spirited routines by her ladies dance team, De Pura Raza, and children’s group, as well as the countless dancers she mentors and trains.
Overall, Eleanee Jimenez is a joyful, energetic, and talented artist to work or be in company with. Her mission is to “share her passion with others by creating a positive environment for people to learn, revel, and celebrate the art of dance and Latin culture“.
is a professional performer, dance instructor and choreographer, and Entrepreceur. Well-versed in the versatile areas of Latin rhytms as well as Hip Hop and Latin Jazz. He is based from the world's entertainment capital, New York City! He has been defined by othes as an inspirational instructor, Speaker and transcendental Performer. His positive impact has acclimated this young artist in working with many youth organizations such as, "The Bronx Arts Ensemble", "The House of Dance", and the "GEAR UP program of ST. John's University" allowing him the ability to meticulously create a curriculum dedicated to instilling values, learning many of the diversities of the performing arts and most of all building leadership development among his students, overcoming all adversities through sheer discipline and dedication, and commitment.