Through his work in the past two decades, Tomas Guerrero has largely influenced and shaped the style of Salsa and Mambo as we know them today.
Coming from a street dancer background, Tomas is a natural born creative genius and superb instructor. He was among the first to incorporate multiple continuous spins in his choreographies and established a curriculum for Spin Techniques.
The legendary Santo Rico dance company in New York became, under his direction, one of the most influential Salsa/Mambo dance organizations in the world, serving as an inspiration and training platform to New York’s most well-known dancers, performers, instructors, directors, and dance companies.
Some of Tomas' achievements include dancing for Salsa's biggest superstars like Tito Puente, Óscar De León, José Alberto "El Canario", Sonora Ponceña, & Gilberto Santo Rosa.
As a dancer, he traveled around the world to work Salsa Congresses in 45 countries, ahead of being featured in his HBO documentary "El Espíritu de la Salsa".