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...
Norberto Gradilone

Norberto Gradilone

Norberto Gradilone Caminito, La Boca “I’ve been playing here for just three years but my story with the bandoneon began a long time ago. I was born listening to a bandoneon because my father played. When I was 11 I learned to play myself. I had an argument with...
Eleonora Brantz

Eleonora Brantz

I met Eleonora at the time of my life when I spent far too many hours in La Confiteria Ideal dancing tango. Back home, they say “Show me a good pool player and I’ll show you a man with a misspent youth” (Mark Twain). I suppose the same can be said of tango dancers. If...
Diego Alvaro y Zoraida Fontclara

Diego Alvaro y Zoraida Fontclara

  For 20 years, Diego Alvaro Zoraida Fontclara have hosted the Friday afternoon milonga at the Confiteria Ideal, one of the sacred places of tango. Like me, many people learned to dance or took their first tentative steps in a real milonga on these tiles. I used...

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