Duo Levanté was born in 2013 when Maive and Juan decided to start working together in Buenos Aires.
A year later (2014) they enter into the National University of San Martin (Argentina). beginning their Academic and professional studies to achieve a Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts with focus
on Circus Arts, directed by Gerardo Hochman for three years.
In 2017 they continue their learning at the Regional Center of Arts du Cirque de Lomme (France) until 2020, guided by the improvement of the partner acrobatics (hand to hand) technique by Mahmoud Louertani et Abdeliazide Senhadji.
From its beginnings to the present day, the company has presented itself repeatedly and with different formats in Argentina, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy and Norway.
Juan Manuel Cisneros
Born in Buenos Aires, on June 15, 1989.
At the end of his high school studies he
enters the Institute of Higher Education and Human Development where 4 years later he graduates asa Professor of Physical
In 2012 he takes his first circus class and decides to dedicate his life to the circus arts.
In 2013 he begins to train with Maive
Silvestre and they project together their
entrance to the National University of San Martín. During the formation he receives
classes in acrobatics, dance, music,
body language and theater, which strengthen his training as a hand to hand base.
In 2017 he moves to France and enters
the Regional Center for Circus Arts
of Lomme (CRAC), specialising in partner
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on August 8, 1992. By the end of her secondary studies
with orientation in Art, Communication
and Design, she decides to start her
professional training in circus
at National University February 3.
In 2013 with Juan Manuel she takes
her first steps in to the world of partner
acrobatics with the intention of entering the National University of San Martín in the Bachelor of Performing Arts with
focus on Circus Arts. Already at UNSAM (2014) Maive continues to focus on her
discipline while simultaneously receiving
varied stimuli for her artistic training: dance classes, theater, body language, music, hands stands, acrobatics, among
In 2017 she joined the Regional Center for Circus Arts of Lomme (France) in order to take a leap forward with their
technical skills of partner acrobatics.