A Student’s Journey

A Student’s Journey

Our lovely student from Taiwan, Lutin has written another blog about her online tango experience with us. Lutin started taking online tango classes with us during the pandemic from her home in Taiwan to our home in London. After 2 – 3 years learning tango she...
Changing Dynamics

Changing Dynamics

Why is changing dynamic important when we dance tango? Contrast, Expression … & Exhilaration I am in love with dancing tango slowly. It feels dreamy and romantic. But I would never want to dance slowly for the whole tango. Even for me, it can feel a little bit...
Buenos Aires in London

Buenos Aires in London

Recently I’ve had a serious case of itchy feet. I imagine I’m not alone. Knowing I can’t travel has only made me want to travel more. I yearn to be in a far flung place, exploring the sites, the markets, the cuisine. Being married to an Argentinian I’ve been fortunate...
From London to Taiwan

From London to Taiwan

It may not be possible to travel freely at the moment, but online tango teaching has opened up the world to us. And it was a great pleasure to hear that my lovely online student in Taiwan has written this blog about her learning experience with me. READ THE BLOG...
Studio Love

Studio Love

After many months of planning, we’ve finally opened the doors to our tango studio in Spitalfields and it seems you love our new studio as much as we do! When you visit us be sure to leave us your feedback on our wooden heart “guestbook”. We’re...
Followers: Seen But Not Heard?

Followers: Seen But Not Heard?

When learning decorations*, followers often ask me worriedly: ”But won’t the leader feel that?” The question takes me back nearly 20 years, when I was studying tango in Buenos Aires. I recall being taught that I should do adornments in such a way that they...