Practically grew up dancing I hardly know any other life than dancing. With more than 30 years of experience, I can divide my dance journey into three major decades. Starting with Ballroom dancing my first decade was all about building up a strong base of dance technique and strength through competition. With a great desire to dive deeper into authenticity of movement, I spent the second decade studying flamenco escenario and building up a strong presence on stage. And then came a day I went to a milonga and I never came back. For me, tango is much more than a competition or a show, it is the community, people you meet, chat, hug and share tango with. Studying, improving our technique and maturing in understanding of tango culture is all about being better in and for the community, as well as in the embrace, creating a moment of magic with the other.
“Tango happens in the stillness of the embrace when everything culminates into a pause, and the only thing that exists is this moment.”