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The world of tango in the southern hemisphere has been revitalised by the Oceania Tango Congress and Championship. In April Auckland, New Zealand hosted a tango spectacular which has brought tango in this part of the world back into the

Incisive interviews with musician/composer Daniel Rojas and dancers Jacqueline Gutierrez Simpson and Anthony Miller explore how tango is essential to their world in ‘Beats of Colours’.This short Australian documentary by Pablo Castrillón focuses firstly on Daniel Rojas and his lifelong

To be a good tango dancer you need to understand floorcraft. In many milongas today this appears to be a lost art. When tango floorcraft is ignored accidents can happen – and I witnessed such an accident this weekend at

For more than 20 years there has been a school for tango musicians in Buenos Aires, which bears the name of Emilio Balcarce. Born in 1918 in Buenos Aires, Balcarce, whose birth name was Sitano, was first a violinist. Later

Tango is danced around the world!

When you dance tango you will find you can visit milongas and dance nights in many cities as you travel. You will experience different styles, new music  – and make new friends.
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