I am glad you are here, but you should be interested in instructional tango videos, OR interesting articles from the argentine tango word. :)
As I got to know tango, I immediately felt in love with every aspect of this dance. I was inspired to try many different styles, and therefore I spent long hours in Hungary and Buenos Aires, dancing.
I’ve stayed in Buenos Aires for a long time, and had the chance to learn from and meet amazing people and maestros.
I danced on the street for money in front of the Saint Stephen Basilica and even on the French Riviera. I have attended countless milongas in many parts of the world, and I even performed in Buenos Aires as student of Carlos Perez, “el maestro de los maestros”.
My name is associated with the first First Outdoor Tango Flashmob in Budapest:
I also danced tango on stage in Argentina (Esquina Homero Manzi)
In order to understand of the tango maestros I attended these classes: ballet, jazz dance and joga. These all provided me with a deep insight of art movement. I am a graduated dance teacher.
The most interesting for you might be my blog.