Tina Ferreira

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Tina Ferreira
María Cristina Ferreira Acosta

14 May 1972
NationalityFlag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguayan
Occupation(s) Dance, jurnalist, choreography
Movement Candombe, carnival
AwardsPremio Morosoli in 2001

Tina Ferreira (Pando,14 May 1972) [1] is an Uruguayan, dancer, journalist and vedette of both theater and carnival, known for performing in carnivals all around Uruguay. [2]

She works as the lead vedette in the carnival group Serpentina in which she has worked since 2004 with José de Lima, the group's director. She has won many awards for her performances with the group. [3] She also works as a journalist for Caras y Caretas. [4] In 2010 she was called to work in Nito Artaza's and Miguel Ángel Cherutti's theatre, Teatro Nogaró. [5]

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  1. "Tina Ferreira: "El mundo cambia a partir de que uno se cambie a sí mismo"" (in Spanish). May 10, 2010. Retrieved February 4, 2013.
  2. "Uruguay - Todo el Año Carnaval: Tina Ferreira: Las llamadas al interior". Sábado Show (in Spanish). February 19, 2011.
  3. "Tina Ferreira y Su Comparsa Serpentina". LaMusicaSalsa.net - Tu Red de Salsa y Musica Latina!.]
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  5. "Rial y Canosa: La Elegida de Artaza y Cherutti". Daniel Maldonado. Jorge Rial & Viviana Canosa. 4 February 2010.