It was Argentine tango that led me to Buenos Aires. Twice already.
First time only 40 days. Clearly enough, to visit some milongas, learn from great maestros, participate in some classes.
At this time I did not speak Spanish therefore most of the time I was struggling with English or French.
But the second visit was different!
It was about learning a lot from the great maestro Carlos Perez, dancing in the Esquina Homero Manzi, being able to communicate and speak Spanish helped me a lot! During more than seven months, I met many fantastic people, great dancers, discovered amazing traditional and not so traditional milongas in every type of embrace.. I even participated in the Tango De Salon Word Championship in Buenos Aires :)
Ok, but what is this blog about? Everything that Argentine tango means to me!
It is about me, a milonga organizer, a private and group instructor, organizer of tango camps; It is about the embrace, going to ballet and jazzdance classes. My opinion about tango techniques, music, tango, classes, methods, steps, milongas in Budapest and worldwide.
Join me on this journey…
Now let’s see the posts!
How to download your FAVORITE tango music? . This article is a continuation of the "Download Argentine Tango Music For Free!" blog entry. You can download a lot of tango music in the linked post, but what if you want to find a specific song? What if you only know the...read more
Why did you start to dance tango? What was the reason? Let’s find together the most interesting storiesread more
Regular running, jogging makes us not only fitter, tougher and more resistant, but also better tango dancers
Numerous researches prove the benefits of regular running, but nobody tells you that you will be better in tango if you run regularly.read more
Listen to the instruments! – working on the tango musicalityread more
I want to introduce you to a technique that has helped me throughout the years. I tried it again three weeks ago, and it still works!read more
Guess what? Nowadays we have world championships based solely on variations. The pace is challenging, since it is a lot faster and shorter than a more traditional tango competition. Check out the winners of the last two competitions!read more
How to fall asleep in one minute after a Milonga.read more
Milonguero style, tango-de-salon, nuevo. Do you judge other tangueros by their style? With which of these nine opinions can you identify?read more
Movies all tanguer@s should watch or at least know about! The following article briefly summarizes movies dealing with argentine tango from 1921. Due to the amount of movies associated with tango, the least important ones are omitted, such as "Tango" from 1933 with...read more
Ideas to help you find the tango-outfit of your dreamsread more