Anibal Lautaro & Valeria Maside
(Buenos Aires)

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Aníbal & Valeria are an Argentinean couple of dancers and teachers who represent the traditional style of Buenos Aires with a great personality and a touch of youth. They belong to the latest generation formed by real milongueros and great maestros. Their courses and their specific style have led them to travel around the world in various shows and as teachers at prestigious festivals.
Over the past 10 years, they have developed a teaching method aimed at simplifying the difficult, the comfortable, the abrazo and to encourage the natural, without neglecting the aesthetic. Their curiosity led them to take courses with many teachers and discover very different styles, which allowed them to experience different types of abrazos, energy, techniques and interpretations that now allow them to make the most of each student's talents and abilities.
They were screened in the show "Fascinación de Tango" during his last tour in China in 2009.
As teachers, they have participated in several international tango festivals, including: II International Tango Congress Florianópolis (Brazil), II Organic Tango Festival in Barcelona (Spain), Festival Ritmos del Mundo (Belgium), Hoepertingen Summer Tango Week (Belgium), Festival Dansen in't Park (Belgium), Festival La Noche de la Pasión (Belgium) ; Festival de las Artes in Bariloche (Argentina), Festival International de Tango d'Anvers (Belgium), Festival International de Tango de Rojo (London), Festival International de Tango de Kraysnoyarks (Russsia), Peñíscola Tango Enceuntro (Spain), Festival Aix en Provence (France), Very Nice Tango Festival (France), Kerallic Festival (France), Barcelona Tango Festival (Spain).
They are currently directors, choreographers and co-producers of the show "100% Tango Show". They give regular courses in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent (Belgium).

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Matias Rivas & Elizabeth Cordone 
(Buenos Aires)

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Elizabeth Cordone and Matias Rivas are Argentine tango dancers, teachers and choreographers. Their association as professional dancers was born during the porteña evening, when they danced in the prestigious "Casas de Tango Show".
Since then, they have formed a stable tango couple and have participated in the performances of many artistic companies.
They danced in El Teatro Avenida and "El Coliseo", as well as in the most emblematic milongas of Buenos Aires such as La Baldosa, El Beso and Milonga de los Balmaceda.
They were recognized by the Mexican government and distinguished for their participation in the Festival de las Almas, for the creation and direction of their work (script, choreography and production) "Prohibido Tango".
In the Recoleta district they founded their Dance Academy "Recoleta Tango Studio".
Today, they travel the world transmitting the teaching of tango and sharing their stage art.