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. We are currently based in Aachen and will continue to teach there and in the North Rhine Westphalia region until May 2022.
We both speak English, German, Spanish and French!
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
• appreciating and understanding tango music so that you can play with the music and truly enjoy your tandas
Our goal is to give you all the tools you need to dance in the milonga.
I am a professional tango dancer, teacher and musician. I taught
and performed for 3 years at DNI tango school /company in Buenos Aires one of the most famous and best tango schools 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.
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.
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.
After my experience in Buenos Aires, I teach and continue to teach tango with Julian in Berlin, in Aachen, where we currently live, and in the festivals and marathons of Europe.
I lived in 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. 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
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.