Marie Zanotti

Marie Zanotti

Marie Zanotti — Poet and Dancer Photographed at Quais de Seine Milonga, Paris July 2016 I began dancing tango as a pastime at the university. But then it became a way of living, a way to exist. If I don’t move with another body and with my body, I am no...
Soledad Nani

Soledad Nani

Soledad Nani – Tango Instructor Photographed in Paris Hooked on Tango since 2002 In my home in Buenos Aires, we danced a lot — everything except tango, that is. But we listened to some tango because my dad is a tanguero. He grew up with the radio so he...
Sasha Cagen

Sasha Cagen

Sasha Cagen Writer and Coach Photographed at La Glorieta in Buenos Aires Hooked on tango since 2010 Tango helped me to heal from trauma. I’m interested in putting that out there because I am interested in seeing what comes back. I would like to know if other...
Rory Aurora Richards

Rory Aurora Richards

Rory Aurora Richards Photographed in San Telmo, Buenos Aires / May 2016 Hooked on Tango since 2013 When the Syrian refugee crisis started, I applied in vain to the Red Cross. But they wanted people with medical skills, or that were bilingual. What do I know? I know...
Edgardo Fernández Sesma

Edgardo Fernández Sesma

Edgardo Fernández Sesma | Tango Teacher & Activist | Photographed at Lugar Gay, San Telmo, Buenos Aires – May 2016 | Hooked on Tango since 2003 When I started dancing tango, the hardest thing for me was my relationship with my partner. We were together for...
Mariana Docampo

Mariana Docampo

Mariana Docampo Academic and Founder, Milonga Tango Queer, Buenos Aires Hooked on Tango since 1998 “I used to be a milonguera in a short skirt – but I wanted to dance with the girls. I began dancing tango at a práctica called “El Gallito.” There I learned my first...

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