We interviewed Diego Alvaro during a short trip to the UK last year. We found him teaching milonga lisa and milonga traspie at Reading Tango Club. Diego is a founder of El Abrazo Tango Club in Buenos Aires and teaches with Zoraida Fontclara at Confiteria Ideal. 1. How often do you visit more »
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Professional tango dancers, Sandra and Santiago Monticelli, are immensely popular and talented teachers charming all of us who have had lessons with them. Here are extracts of a lengthy interview they gave us explaining their approach to many things, Midnight Tango and how they first met!
Buenos Aires is a great city, it is full of interest. Here are our suggestions for some different things to do: 1.Ride the subway (Subte) to take a look at the great mosiacs on many stations 2. Visit Theatre Colon, one of the leading opera houses in the world. more »
Many of us will have watched Leonardo Fandango dance his authentic style of tango and thought if just a bit of his technique rubs off on me I will be happy. So we asked Leo to share some of his thoughts about tango with us. Question 1 Tango Fuzz: Tell us about the first time more »
We caught up with Pablo Veron recently at the El Amanecer Tango Club in Reading where he was teaching with Raquel Greenberg. Question 1 Tango Fuzz: How often do you visit the UK? Pablo Veron: At least once a year Question 2 Tango Fuzz: Do you dance with a regular partner? Who? Pablo Veron: Quite a few! Question 3 more »