Martin Maldonado & Maurizio Ghella

In addition to the structure, we always see something that captures our attention: it is the little things that make the simple things unique and the simple movements of our tango exceptional.

Patricia Hilliges & Matteo Panero

Based in Italy, Matteo & Patricia represent the growing standards of excellence in European Tango. They enrich their elegant Tango Salon style with innovative elements, full of fantasy and musicality. For them, tango is a culture that speaks to an internal human need. They share this culture in an atmosphere of friendship and warmth created through their good humour and charisma.

Angela Sallat & Andreas Küttner

Angela & Andreas are at home in the »alma en vuelo« in Leipzig.

In their lessons they value the connection in the couple, the real understanding of the roles in leading and following and the structured mediation of the varied improvisation in the dance. As teachers, it is particularly important to them that every dancer feels comfortable in his body and can move relaxed in his axis.

Susanne Opitz & Rafael Busch

Susanne & Rafael are one the most know german tango couples. They lead in Berlin one of the biggest tango school in berlin: „Dancing tango makes you beautiful“ since 2009 and give work for an international team of 10 teachers.

Michelle Marsidi & Joachim Dietiker

In their teaching they strive to create a sensitive, vibrant and unique connection in the couple and with the music.

With useful exercises and imagery, precise technical explanations and body mechanics, and an open flow of energy and ideas,
they aim to find freedom and pleasure in movement and expression.


Diana del Valle & Juan Camerlingo

Their dedicated, humorous way of teaching not only refreshes and enriches experienced tango dancers - they also offer a well-founded basic work with good didactic structure for less experienced dancers.

Lucila Cionci & Joe Corbata

Lucila Cionci and Rodrigo “Joe” Corbata are surely one of the most charismatic dancing couples from the new generation of Argentine tango dancers. Their dance, arresting in its plasticity and expressiveness, is characterized by innovative choreography, dynamic improvisation, and a deep sense of connection.

Natasha Lewinger & Haris Mihail

Although young, they have been traveling as well-booked tango instructors for many years, teaching with great dedication.