Antonio Morales

Dancer, Choreographer, Designer and DJ

Choreographer & Dancer

Antonio Morales (A.K.A Antonio Mars) has been dancing Latin Rhythms (SalsaOn1, SalsaOn2, Mambo, Bachata, Cha-Cha-Cha, Rueda de Casino, Cumbia, Merengue) for 16 years and has been an instructor/choreographer for 12 years. He has owned a dance studio in Mexico for 8 years running. Antonio honed his dance and theatre skills in contemporary dance groups in Mexico and was adjunct faculty in the Dance Department of the University of Guanajuato.

Attended Workshops with several artist as such:
- Marco Ferrigno-Italia
- Yamulee-New York
- Eddie Torres jr-New York
- Juan Matos-Orlando Florida
- Grissel Ponce- New York
- Nerea Perez and Jose Diaz- Italia
- Bersy Cortez and Rodrigo Cortazar- Venezuela and Mexico
- Ava Apple and Rodolfo Guzman- San Francisco, Ca.

He has also participated in various dance festivals throughout Mexico.
Nowadays he serves as a Latin Rhythms dance teacher at I Heart Mambo community.
He also continues choreographing his own projects. A passionate and expressive dancer,
Antonio has further developed his musicality and knowledge of Latin Rhythms by adding DJ to his repertoire of skills.

Performer at:
Fusion Salsa Fest 2012(Mexico city)
Performer at Cuban festival dancer 2013 (México)
Universidad de Guanajuato dance member 2015-2016
Performer at Reno Latin Dance fest 2017
Bay Area dancer line up in San Francisco SBK Congress 2019
Performer at I heart mambo Social 2019- San Francisco Ca.

Spanish, English, and elementary proficiency Japanese. Learning Farsi/Persian.

Software: Python, JavaScript, HTML, XML, CSS.

City College of San Francisco
CNIT AS Degree in progress.
Advance Certificate Front Web Development in progress.
Network Security certificate of Accomplishment/ in progress.
Universidad de Guanajuato — Certificate of Accomplishment in 3D Architectonic Design. June 2011 - June 2012


CNIT, CS and Cybersecurity Student. August 2020 - Present

Senior Caregiver, San Francisco, CA —Self-employed June 2017 - April 2020
Home administration and care planning on a day-to-day basis. Keep track of medical meetings, and controlling medications, and chronic conditions. Assess all needs inside and outside the premises, including transportation and mobility. Ensure proper communication channels with family members and medical providers. Maintain bookkeeping and business records.

Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico — Choreographer and Dancer January 2014 - November 2016
Collaborate with choreographers, designers, musicians, and musical directors to create dance sequences for the school's musical theater presentations and national events. Choreograph show dance pieces, recital dances, musical theater presentations, and any other sort of dance-related implementation for private and social events. Work in conjunction with government art programs, grants, and international art festivals.

Dance Academy, Mexico — Owner and creative director April 2011 - June 2017
Design, manage, and implement logistics and protocols for large production events. Designed and applied dance learning curriculum for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Oversee dance instruction and training of academy instructors. Provide guidance and leadership to teams of designers, producers, directors, and dance professionals. Help dance teams overcome obstacles that arise within a project or choreography and offer solutions. Coordinate all dance routines and physical conditioning associated with interpretation. Maintain facilities and ensure quality control of environment for optimal learning and performance. Coordinated training and travel of dancers/instructors to other cities in Mexico for dance events and competitions.

Marshalls, Mexico—Locksmith programmer/manager April 2008 - June 2016
Providing emergency on-call services to people who are locked out of their homes or cars. Installing, repairing, replacing, unlocking and adjusting locks on doors, windows, car doors, safes, garage doors and more.