Marcelo has been an Argentine Tango dancer, choreographer, and instructor for over 30 years.
His love for Tango dancing and tango music, particularly from the 1930s through the 1940s, is undeniable when you meet him.
Marcelo is a milonguero.
As Tango instructor Marcelo makes emphasis on musicality and the connection of dance partners to each other and the music, he stresses that Tango is a social dance framed by a specific set of values that are expressed through its codes of etiquette, and he encourages and promotes his student's ability to improvise on the dance floor.
With these elements, Marcelo creates a unique atmosphere through which his students can experience what a Milonga in Buenos Aires is like.
To allow his students to experience Tango and its culture at its birthplace, Marcelo offers a personally guided Tango Tour to Buenos Aires every year.
If you are planning on visiting Buenos Aires don’t hesitate to contact him; his knowledge of the City and its culture, the milongas, restaurants, and the pulse of Buenos Aires are a priceless asset you shouldn’t miss.
It was with them that she started to dance, learn the poetry of the Tango music and the culture of Tango, and later on how to transmit this art to others.
At this point, Tango became a fundamental part of her life and who she is.
In 2008 she moved to Paris, France.
As a teacher, she is transmitting Tango to her students with a strong emphasis on Tango as an entire culture.
She gives her students a strong base of solid knowledge and technique, and the possibility to express their own personality in their dancing while becoming a part of a beautiful community.
Mimi travels frequently to Buenos Aires and has trained with several Maestros/as and Milongueros/as there.
As Tango requires many virtues, Mimi practices yoga to encourage growth in patience and self-awareness.
And to become more attuned to the sense of self in motion with another, she has trained the Brazilian martial art, Capoeira.
Mimi is a milonguera who enjoys sharing her passion for Tango.
She believes expressing ourselves through dance is essential to life.