Gianpiero Galdi & Lorena Tarantino 

Natalia Agüero & Agustin Venturino

Julian Hahn & Aurelie Lafond Sabine Zubarik & John-Michael Mendizza 

Gianpiero Galdi & Lorena Tarantino 

Gianpiero was only 12 when his father (engineer, martial art teacher and tango lover) involved him in a free project for youngster to approach tango. At 15 he fell in love with tango during his first trip to Buenos Aires and since then he’s been studying with all the major Maestros. His teaching and performing career began the following year in Italy and abroad, and by the time Gianpiero was 18, he realized that he wanted to dedicate his life to tango. Since then, he has travelled and performed with great dancers such as Mila Vigdorova, Corina Herrera, Cesira Miceli and Nadia Hronidu. Before partnering Lorena, Gianpiero created an internationally acclaimed flourishing dialogue and a refined lasting project with Maria Filiali. Tango and his pedagogy are strictly connected to his studies of music, engineering and bio-mechanic as “a simple and efficient technique, based on natural laws and aware listening, as the key to free the real and intimate spirit of tango”. During more than a decade, he has been developing a thorough didactic and intriguing training method. Moreover, in order to deepen his research, he also graduated in Motor and Sports Activities and Psychomotor Education Science with a dissertation on Functional Training Method for Tango; and in 2019 he became trainer of Gyrotonic method.

Lorena has been studying dance and ballet since she was five years old, and at 17 she met Tango thanks to Gianpiero Galdi. She became passionate about the didactic and the care that is dedicated to the delicate psyche of the amateurs of this complex art. Under Gianpiero’s guidance, she undertook her professional path. Meanwhile, she enrolled in a Bachelor Degree in Motor and Sports Activities and Psychomotor Education Science at University of Salerno, in order to deepen her knowledge about motor control and learning, body awareness and pedagogy. In 2015 she begins studying, teaching, performing and traveling in partnership with Giovanni Cocomero, with whom she collaborated in many projects led by Gianpiero as: Gtango School, the cradle of Tango in Salerno; High School Tangotherapy Project, in high dropout rate schools, teaching teenagers values of social relationships through Tango; Tango at University of Salerno, for getting youngsters acquainted into Tango; Tangere company, the group within they train, research, work, teach and perform. In fact, Tangere Company created its latest show “Cammino Ascolto Tango”. In 2019 she became a trainer of Gyrokinesis method.

In 2018, Gianpiero and Lorena began their partnership, working everyday on the flow of tango connection, based on their deep mutual understanding as people, friends and dancers. They are moved by the research on the analysis of an always more precise and effective didactic method, later just called the Method, and its procedures, with the aim of providing the expressive Art of Tango of a sharp, accurate but also meaningful, deep and truthful tool of communication.

Class language: English, Spanish
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Natalia Agüero & Agustin Venturino

From the new Argentine couples, Natalia and Agustin are among the ones that had grown the fastest in the last years. In less than three years, they had participated in more than 87 tango events, in ten countries from America to Europe. Even during their first year European tour, they were called to dance at a Dutch Royalty Award, the "Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Prijs 2016", in the presence of Queen Maxima of The Netherlands.

They began their international journey in 2016, after 13 years of local experience and 10 years of intense researches about tango, its history, its dance, culture, testimony and chats with milongueros. They have also specialized in body language and dance teaching techniques and done studies in the Tango university career at the Art University of Buenos Aires.

Abroad, they have quickly achieved a great recognition thanks to the extraordinary classes where they mix culture, art, history, musicality, dance and technique, getting to transfer highly tango rooted knowledge, without even using figures or sequences.
Their strong studies and works in social integration are many times blend into the milongas and events where they participate. Introducing exercises that leads participants to live a special experience, bringing them closer together to each other, while generating a splendid milonga atmosphere.
Finally, from requests of the most curious students, they have begun to hold lectures where they transfer what they had studied, their researches and talks with milongueros, showing evidence of evolution in tango music and how that affected the dance.
This became their inspiration to start producing audiovisual tango projects that they share through YouTube / Facebook, helping and inspiring dancers and DJ to continue evolving.

Having the opportunity to experience them in person, not only offers the possibility of living a unique and different experience, but also allows you to live the energy, freshness, enthusiasm and personalized treatment of a couple who seek you to learn, have fun, evolve, get inspired and live an unforgettable experience.

Read more: www.nataliayagustin.com
Class language: English, Spanish
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Julian Hahn & Aurelie Lafond

We use Julian's experience as a teacher in DNI Buenos Aires and member of the DNI company to share with you the tango that we most love to dance: connected and musical. After 4 years of living in Buenos Aires we moved to Berlin, where we teach and dance together

Our teaching is based on:

• natural movements, using the biomechanics of the body so that you can dance with comfort and enjoyment.
• listening closely to your partner and working deeply with connection so that you give your partner the opportunity to fully express themselves.
• appreciating and understanding tango music so that you can play with the music and truly enjoy your tandas

About Julian: Before becoming a professional dancer, I was a jazz musician playing the double bass. As a musician, I have also studied tango music and played in tango orchestras like El Cachivache, performing in Buenos Aires and Europe.
Today I am a professional tango dancer, teacher and musician. I taught and performed for 3 years at DNI tango school /company in Buenos Aires. I’ve also taught in the Cologne region of Germany.
During my teaching in DNI tango in Buenos Aires I allready gave around 3000 privat lessons and a lot of group lessons. I taught all the levels from beginners until professional dancers.
What I like most about tango is the improvisation with the partner, moving in harmony with the music, and understanding the biomechanics that generate our movements.

About Aurelie: I have danced for more than 15 years. I started dancing in France: jazz, rock’n roll, and latin (especially salsa and bachata). Before my stay in Argentina, I lived for 2 years in China where I taught salsa dancing.
Later I went to Buenos Aires for more than 4 years, where I deeply studied tango dance, tango music, and the Argentine culture. I worked as an assistant teacher at the DNI tango school in Buenos Aires and I took lessons with many celebrated tango dancers. During my time in Buenos Aires, I also studied contemporary dance at Ana Frenkel’s school.
What I like most about tango is the connection with the partner and the opportunity to express myself through the dance. Beyond dance, I am passionate about tango music, tango lyrics, and the Argentine culture.

Read more: www.aureliejuliantango.de
Class language: German, English, Spanish and French!
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Sabine Zubarik & John-Michael Mendizza 

Sabine and John-Michael teach together in Erfurt and other places in Germany as well as in the US. They also both DJ at various events. 
Sabine’s main interest is didactics; she organizes the annual TangoTeacherMeeting in Erfurt now in its 9th year, and leads courses for teachers. In addition, she researches tango academically. 
John-Michael and Sabine teach close as well as open embrace. With uncomplicated step material they try to convey a feeling for musical dancing. 

Read more: www.typisch-tango.de
Class language: German, English
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