They met in 2003 through Argentinean folklore, and in 2004 began
"walking" the tango together.
Since this time they have continued to investigate and learn so as
to keep growing as artists, drawing on their experience as dancers
to give shape to their ideas and feelings, in the embrace that
unites them both in dance and in their everyday lives.
Outside Argentina they have given courses, and have appeared at
festivals, tango parties and academies in Mexico, Guatemala,
England, Lithuania, Poland, Austria, Cyprus and Germany.
They are currently living in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and
working as resident teachers at Fabiana Jarma's 'Academia de
Tango'. They travel to many cities and countries, taking with them
their dance, which throughout the world is associated with
Argentina and at the same time expresses the pride of being
To quote Cintia
hard to define our style of dancing or find a name or word for it.
We simply feel comfortable with the fluidity of
in the proximity and embrace of Tango Milonguero…
being able to experience the miracle of the improvisations that arise from
hearing a beautiful melody …
at the same time we enjoy opening up new possibilities and paths
through the modern elements of
Tango Nuevo …
and the effects achieved through the dynamics and precision of the Tango Escenario inspire us …
Going beyond a form of dance and expression, we always say that if
we walk and enjoy this walking, then we are already