If dance is communication, tango is the language.
Born in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, tango originated from a melting pot of cultures and has been declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO.
The Argentine tango is a social dance that has witnessed a huge increase in popularity in the past couple of decades; no longer restricted to the barrios of Buenos Aires, you can find tangueros and tangueras (tango dancers) of all ages and backgrounds enjoying the intricacies of the dance in every corner of the world.
The elegance of the dance enhanced by the passion of the music.
“Tango is a four-legged animal with two heads”
— Juan Carlos Copes