How I started...

My first encounter with tango was in 2001, when I started taking classes and going to milongas. I had learned from recognized teachers such as Luciana Valle, Fernando Galera and Vilma Vega, Julio Balmaceda and Corina de la Rosa, Dina Martinez, Valencia Batiuk, Chicho Frumboli and Gustavo Naveira. As to my professional training, it has always included both traditional tango and the most modern techniques in vogue. Throughout these years, I had worked with at some of the most prestigious Dance Schools in Buenos Aires such as: Estudio La Esquina, Escuela Argentina de Tango and Tango Brujo.

My experience

 After more than fifteen years of teaching experience, I had developed a very deep knowledge of the best approaches to teaching tango, allowing me now to provide clear and well-structured classes, with a dynamic and friendly approach, focusing on technic and adjusting them for each level, from beginners to advanced. My classes have a wonderful combination of content, exercises and fun, and my teaching style is very friendly and approachable. It’s also important to mention that I give my classes both in English and Spanish languages.

And finally...

Since 2007, I also started to teaching and performing in many cities around the world, including among others Bali, Kaula Lumpur, Singapore, Manila, Timor Leste, Sydney, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Tasmania, Canberra, Adelaide, Darwin, Cairns, Melbourne, Perth, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Sardegna, Bergen, Stockholm, Karlskrona, Ulm, Cyprus, Stuttgart, Tubingen, Hagesund, Freiburg, Konstanz, Vienna…