Marco Ferrigno began to dance when he is a child and follows in the footsteps of his father, who is himself an enthused dancer. He achieved considerable success in national and international competitions in Latin dance. In this field he represents Italy in Blackbool (UK).
In 2000 he conquered the Caribbean world, there he is dedicated to Salsa and begins to dance with the group “Barrio Latino” from Salerno.
Afterwards he did the choreographies for the group “New Dance” from Teramo for a year and gained considerable success in various events in this area.
In 2006 he enters Juan Matos ‘group’ Fogarete Dance Project “. With this group, Marco is dancing on the most important stages such as in Rome, London, Atlanta, Rio de Janeiro, Hamburg, Turkey, Barcelona, Nice, Brussels, Murcia and many others.
In January 2007, he decides to break fresh ground as a solo dancer along with the dancer Assal Arian and immediately they are in high demand in the major clubs in Italy and of the most important events in the area. In August 2007, Marco performes in New York together with the champion of champions Eddie Torres.
Since October 2006 he has taught in Lesmo (Milan) in the school “Latin Group” of Fabio and Stefania, and since September 2007, together with the dancer Haridian Benavente, he has also been a member of the teaching staff of the school “Latin Gem” in Milan .
His style, which is characterized initially by the New York style, is refined and elegant. Marco is working with genius and innovation with continuous perfecting on his personal style, which is also influenced by other talents he works together. Marco and Haridian have perfected in the classical and musical interpretation.
Together with Natalia Lopez and her ensemble Ansima Production Ballet, they have captured the audience in the whole world with their spectacular performances e.g. In Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, San Francisco, Mexico, Curacao, Carcaras, Dubai, Benidorm, Madrid, Santiago de Compostela, Oporto, Lisbon, Valencia, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, London, Romania, Korea, Japan, Turkey, Zurich, Italy (in many places), and many others!