O U R A R T I S T S
29 Seminars - 2 milongas + 2 extra milongas - 1 guided practica - shows - many more
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Damián Rosenthal and Vanessa Fatauros
An extraordinary couple, not just incredible dancers but lovely, accesible people and fantastic teachers at the same time.
The elegant style and personality of Vanessa is fascinating! :) She spent great time of her life in Buenos Aires where she studied with the best masters and she was also teaching as well as performing in various prestigous events and schools. She was invited to several countries all around the world already back then.
Damián was among the first dancers, moving to Europe in the '90-s, who brought the results of those revolutionary changes that tango went through, and that is irreversably part of the way how we see tango now. He also actively participated in this "revolution", and they - together with Vanessa - now are outstanding figures of the world's tango scene.
Their work is mainly based on a foundation of more traditional structure incorporating new elements and dynamics that enrich their dance. They have participated several times of the prestigious CITA in Buenos Aires and numerous workshops, festivals and exhibitions in Buenos Aires and Europe.
Ronen Khayat and Dorit Shalom
Dance the emotion - one of the main characteristics of Dorit and Ronen's tango, combined with technique and precision.
A strong emphasis on the embrace, a deep and a real connection and an uncompromised passion, create their special and unique art of tango.
Within this ambient they teach their tango classes with a nice combination of didactic skills and the feeling of the love of the dance and the never ending joy of it.
Ronen and Dorit are both from Israel. They have been dancing together since Nov. 2015 and in May 2016 established their own Tango School- WeTango❤ Ronen & Dorit in Tel Aviv.
Thrughout this time they have been teaching and performing all around Israel and other countries as well.
Lucas Molina Gazcón and Judit Somos
The Argentine Lucas, son of a family of artists and dancers, started to dance at the age of 12 with his sister Monica Molina Gazcon in Buenos Aires. He was trained by the most renowned masters and he won numerous competitions. He was invited to Europe, the U.S. and China, performed in some of the most famous tango movies, like the cultic 'The Tango Lesson'.
Judit, born in Budapest, was trained in a country where tango has just appeared, in a continent conquered by this dance but still far from its origins. Driven by her passion for the dance, she has been visiting Buenos Aires over and over again. In Budapest she got opportunities to perform at such prominent venues as the National Dance Theatre or the Opera House. She founded her own school, and was touring around Europe for a couple of years.
Together with Lucas they have been teaching performing at several prestigious events (as the CITA and El Yeite Tango Festival) in Argentina and throughout Europe.