Homer and Cristina Ladas

A message from Cristina and Homer Ladas, Dear tango friends, We are very sad that we can not participate in the upcoming 2020 Tucson Tango Festival. Unfortunately, Cristina has not recovered from last year’s knee surgery. She cannot in good … Read More

Santiago Castro and Fernanda Valdovinos

Santiago & Fernanda met in Santiago, Chile in 2007 when Fernanda took lessons from the prestigious Tango Academy (Libertango) that Santiago founded and directed in Chile. Then, Santiago left for Europe and Fernanda for the USA. They met again in … Read More

Alex and Patricia

Alex Krebs has been dancing tango for 20 years, teaching worldwide for 18 years, and playing bandoneon for 15 years. He is still in love with the dance, the music and culture of tango, and is appreciative of all the … Read More

Homer and Cristina

Homer and Cristina both started their tango obsession in 1997, though they didn’t meet each other until they both attended an all-night milonga in Berkeley in 2001. After signing-up as dance partners at a Portland Tango Festival in October of … Read More

Brian and Yuliana

Brian Nguyen and Yuliana Basmajyan came from different dance backgrounds but eventually found their calling in tango. They are talented representatives of a generation of young dancers dedicated to the exploration of tango in its pure and organic form. They … Read More

Ney and Jennifer

Jennifer Bratt started dancing tango in 2000, in New York City, captivated by the old music, the beautiful movements, the intense connection, and the dimly-lit ambience of the milonga. She soon quit her job and and began making frequent trips … Read More

Carrie Field

Carrie Field holds a bachelors degree in Dance/Arts and Social Change, she performed and toured professionally as a modern dancer for many years. Carrie began dancing Tango in 2005. She has taught Pilates, Yoga and Gyrotonic® since 1993 and holds … Read More

Jay Abling

J.’s highly energetic classes and workshops blend hands-on practical technique, musical morsels, and flavorful figures with a touch of quirky humor. He approaches both tango and teaching with critical analysis in an organic and fluid fashion that engages, challenges, and … Read More

Santiago and Fernanda

Santiago is a true “Milonguero” Tango dancer. He is known not only for his elegance, precision and musicality in his dance style, but also for his methodology and pedagogical skills, constantly endeavoring to study more and more, and with a … Read More

Ney and Jennifer

Jennifer Bratt started dancing tango in 2000, in New York City, captivated by the old music, the beautiful movements, the intense connection, and the dimly-lit ambience of the milonga. She soon quit her job and and began making frequent trips … Read More

Jay Abling

J.’s highly energetic classes and workshops blend hands-on practical technique, musical morsels, and flavorful figures with a touch of quirky humor. He approaches both tango and teaching with critical analysis in an organic and fluid fashion that engages, challenges, and … Read More

Mike Malixi and Carrie Field

Mike and Carrie offer tools from a playful understanding of the structure of Tango, encouraging students to see all the possibilities. They are passionate about the mechanics of the dance and physical technique, emphasizing body awareness. Mike Malixi and Carrie … Read More

Santiago and Fernanda

Santiago Castro is a true “Milonguero” Tango dancer. He is known not only for his elegance, precision and musicality in his dance style, but also for his methodology and pedagogical skills, constantly endeavoring to study more and more, and with … Read More