Aleksei Alekseev & Ekaterina Derevleva
Russian-born Aleksei Alekseev won many Russian National International Latin titles prior to moving to the United States in 2014 to dance with his new professional partner, Ms. Ekaterina Derevleva. Ekaterina is professional Ballroom dancer and teacher. Born in North part of Russia, she won many competitions and became a champion of Arkhangelsk Region in the International Latin division. They are dancing together in the USA representing Professional Ten Dance and Professional International Latin and Ballroom divisions.
Aleksei maintains a high level of dancing and teaching of all styles of Ballroom Dancing. During his time teaching in the U.S., his students have won the high placements in the biggest competitions in the Nation. Both teach four different styles of dancing: International Latin, International Ballroom, American Rhythm and American Smooth. Their students have become USA Pro-Am champions and finalists in all styles. Together, Aleksei and EKaterina became United States National Professional Ten Dance Finalist 2016, 2017 (4th in USA 2016,2017), World Professional Ten Dance Semi-Finalist 2016. The pro couple were finalist of United States National Competition in “International Professional Ten Dance” division and semi-finalist in the World Professional Ten Dances Competitions.
Achievements of Aleksei Alekseev and Ekaterina Derevleva in International Latin and Ballroom divisions 2014 – 2017: winners of Triple Crown & Crown Jewel Dance sport Championships (FL), winners of Savannah Dance Classic (GA), winners of RS First Coast Classic Dance sport Championships (FL), winners of RS Platinum Dance sport Classic (FL), winners of RS Nashville Starz (TN), winners of RS Miami Vibe Dance sport Competition (FL), winners of RS Superstars Dance sport Championships (FL), winners of RS Atlanta Open Dance sport Spectacular (GA), Winners of RS Heritage Classic Dance sport Championships, winner of Eastern United States Dance sport Championships, finalists and semi-finalists of all Top Competitions in US.