Jorge Kero, milonguero from Buenos Aires.

Adela Galeazzi y Jorge Kero dance milonga Morena

Blas Catrenau & Luciana Guido dancing Argentine Tango.

Argentine Tango dancing by Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires

Argentine Tango dancing by Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido at Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires, 2013.

Blas Catrenau & Luciana Guido dancing Argentine Tango.

Blas Catrenau

He started dancing Tango in his early youth among other young men at the practice studio of Crisol and Verné.

In the early ‘90s, he started organizing “milongas” himself.

From 2003 to 2009 he leaded “La Milonguita”, one of the most famous “milongas” in Buenos Aires. 


In 2002 he won the First Metropolitan Tango Championship in Buenos Aires.


In 2003 he obtained the Tango Teacher degree released by Buenos Aires City Government.

He was then authorized to teach at the Centro Educativo del Tango de Buenos Aires (CETBA), created by Masters and Dancers Gloria and Rodolfo Dinzel. 


His passion for dancing as well as the harmony he shares with his partners, and the gracefulness of his movements, capture and celebrate the essence of traditional Tango.


Luciana Guido

She was Blas’ dance partner for several years.

She was born in Buenos Aires.

She studied with maestros milongueros and then techniques for women with many tango teachers.

She taught at the “Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires” and for a year and a half, in Paris.

Much of her international career as a teacher and dancer was developed in Europe.

Due to her interest in popular culture, she took the postgraduate course “Social and Political History of the Argentine Tango” (FLACSO Virtual, 2014).

She was recently co-director of the thesis “Barrio de tango, luna y misterio …”, based on the relationship between the neighborhood and tango lyrics.

Watch Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido at Festival Tango Paris

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Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido, Argentine Tango dancers, maestros milongueros.

Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido at Festival Tango Valentin, Paris, France, 2016.

Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido at Festival Tango Valentin, Paris, France, 2016.

Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido, Argentine Tango dancers, maestros milongueros.

Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido

Blas Catrenau

He started dancing Tango in his early youth among other young men at the practice studio of Crisol and Verné.

In the early ‘90s, he started organizing “milongas” himself.

From 2003 to 2009 he leaded “La Milonguita”, one of the most famous “milongas” in Buenos Aires. 


In 2002 he won the First Metropolitan Tango Championship in Buenos Aires.


In 2003 he obtained the Tango Teacher degree released by Buenos Aires City Government.

He was then authorized to teach at the Centro Educativo del Tango de Buenos Aires (CETBA), created by Masters and Dancers Gloria and Rodolfo Dinzel. 


His passion for dancing as well as the harmony he shares with his partners, and the gracefulness of his movements, capture and celebrate the essence of traditional Tango.


Luciana Guido

She was Blas’ dance partner for several years.

She was born in Buenos Aires.

She studied with maestros milongueros and then techniques for women with many tango teachers.

She taught at the “Escuela de Tango de Buenos Aires” and for a year and a half, in Paris.

Much of her international career as a teacher and dancer was developed in Europe.

Due to her interest in popular culture, she took the postgraduate course “Social and Political History of the Argentine Tango” (FLACSO Virtual, 2014).

She was recently co-director of the thesis “Barrio de tango, luna y misterio …”, based on the relationship between the neighborhood and tango lyrics.

Watch Blas Catrenau and Luciana Guido dancing milonga and Tango

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Ricardo Viqueira & María Darritchon dancing vals.

Ricardo Viqueira & María Darritchon dancing vals

Ricardo Viqueira & María Darritchon dancing vals

Ricardo Viqueira & María Darritchon dancing vals.

Ricardo Viqueira

Being a milonguero, Ricardo does not beat around the bush.

His teaching is all about dancing in the milonga. 

He is one of the most respected and sought-after teachers in Buenos Aires where he regularly teaches and in the rest of the world he is a well-known exponent of the “milonguero” culture.

Ricardo is renowned for dancing Milonga with Traspié and Canyengue. He was the man behind the revival of the historic and well known Club Sin Rumbo in the neighbourhood of Villa Urquiza. He also organized the Cristal Tango in Avenida San Martin in Buenos Aires.

He has been invited to teach in Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland, Brazil, the United States, Korea and China and the UK!

Watch Ricardo Viqueira & María Darritchon dancing milonga

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El Flaco Dani, Argentine Tango dancer milonguero.

El Flaco Dani and Luna Palacios dancing milonga

El Flaco Dani and Luna Palacios dancing milonga

El Flaco Dani, Argentine Tango dancer milonguero.

El Flaco Dani

(8 May 1936 – 10 December 2019)

His real name is Daniel García, but we all know him as El Flaco Dany, a milonga icon that has stumbled around the world.

A prototype of the porteño, he was born in the neighborhood of La Paternal.

He used to divide his life between Europe and Argentina, more precisely between Bucharest and Buenos Aires.

His many years as a habitué of the milonga gave him a great advantage in the tango salón teaching field.

His style has been polished by his uninterrupted fifty years of dancing. 

More about El Flaco Dani at www.todotango.com

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