Djordje Tanasijevic is an award winning Professional Latin dancer (British and Serbian National finalist) and has been studying the art of dance for most of his life.
Djordje, originally from Serbia, started dancing from the age 9. From the age of 10, he began to travel to many competitions abroad representing his country. Later, Djordje moved to Slovenia to train with some of the best coaches in the world, and following that, moved to England.
Djordje has taught from the age of 15 in his home country and abroad. His teaching credentials are impressive and include a wide range of well-known dance schools in the UK and abroad. Also he was a 2012 and 2013 ISTD Congress Lecturer, and 2014 IDTA Congress Lecturer. He has also been involved with TV and films such as Children in Need, Cuban Fury, Comic relief and many more.
He is also part of the team who bring the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing to P&O cruises, and had the honor to dance for the Queen at Britannia's naming ceremony