In 1986, he started off in folklore dances, performing at the Liceo theater and later obtaining a certificate in 1991 as a Profesor Superior de Danzas Folclóricas (the highest folklore dances teaching certificate issued in Argentina). He was a permanent member of the Ballet Salta (junior ballet). Apart from classical, contemporary, and jazz dance, in 1996 he continued to study the discipline with Diego Arizaga and Andrea Guassardo (artistic directors at El Viejo Almacén) and received a special mention from the jury (Juan C. Copes, Carlos Rivarola, and Suzuky Avellaneda) in the Torneos Juveniles Bonaerenses (Buenos Aires province’s tournaments for the youth) in the category “Traditional Tango”. He was a member of the stable tango ballet company of Zárate town. He was awarded two silver medals at the Torneos Juveniles Bonaerenses. He took the course “Tango-Dance Technique,” by Graciela González. In 1998, he won the Baradero festival in the categories “Traditional Tango” and “Stylized Tango”. In 2000, he created and directed the Bien de Tango show with El Arranque orchestra. He also performed with Miriam Larici and Hugo Patyn (Forever Tango). In 2001 he again was given the first prize at the Baradero festival and participated in the Argentina festival in Luján. He performed in the Sabor a Tango hall and in a variety of night clubs and venues. Strumeio took advanced courses at the Mora Godoy Studio with Osvaldo Zotto and Lorena Ermocida. In November of 2006, he relaunched the Bien de Tango show with Roberto Álvarez’s Color Tango orchestra at the ND Ateneo. He also continues to teach classes and advanced courses.