Luis García and Andrea Cobos, from Spain (Cádiz and Ibiza respectively), are one of the most important bachata couples today, recognized worldwide for their sensual bachata style. Both began their professional career separately participating in international events and getting different titles nationally and internationally.

They have training in different disciplines of Latin rhythms (salsa, bachata, cha cha, etc.), as well as flamenco and sports gymnastics, which have helped them develop their own style of sensual bachata, highlighting its technique, sensuality, fluidity and its continuous innovations. They help develop the world of dance.

In 2015 they started their professional career together, participating as artists in dance congresses in Europe and Africa. Recognition of their dancing began when some of their videos on social media went viral. In mid-2015 they began their Asian tour, creating choreographies and teaching their own dance style to teachers from all parts of the continent.

In 2016 they visited the United States for the first time, specifically San Francisco, making their way in America. Later they visited New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington DC, Virginia, Orlando, and Chicago. At the end of that year they collaborated with bachata artist Dani J on his song “Eternal love” and were the main dancers of his video clip.

Since then they got more than 40,000 followers on Facebook and 80,000 on Instagram and more than 7 million views on their YouTube videos. From 2017 they visited South America for the first time, where they create furor highlighting countries such as Chile and Argentina, arriving to travel on many occasions during this year to the previous countries.

They created their famous choreography “How to look at you” original song by Colombian artist Sebastián Yatra in which they fused contemporary with sensual bachata, becoming a reference choreography for many people in the world of Latin dance.

At the end of 2017 they decided to become part of an online dance school (dancesurfing.com), with students from all corners of the planet receiving their training and teaching their style in their respective countries.

Throughout their professional career they have participated in conferences and events in 41 countries: Spain, France, Portugal, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Latvia, Lithuania, Holland, Poland, Hungary, Austria, Serbia, Luxembourg, Italy, Romania, Israel, Russia, Tunisia, Egypt, United States, Canada, Ecuador, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Vietnam, South Korea, Indonesia, China, Singapore, Japan, and Australia.

They have been judges in a multitude of international Bachata competitions such as:

  • Bachatastars Norway, Chile, Israel, Poland, Austria and Korea
  • I love Bachata Championship Mexico
  • Bachatart International (2017,2018)
  • Bachatart Spain (2018)
  • Russia Bachata Masters
  • Así se baila Guayaquil (Ecuador)
  • Hanoi International Championship (Vietnam)