Dancing it's way from Rio de la plata to the world

  • Origins of tango

    The Word Tango derived from African descent and means "A place to dance". The dance is a sum of other cultural dances that develop the traditional tango in El rio de la plata.
  • Barrio La Boca

    With the arrival of immigrants to the Neighborhood of La boca, what is now known as "El caminito" is a path full of colors that came up the lack of paint and resources in order to paint the houses and businesses with a single color.
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    Carlos Gardel

    Also known as "the father of tango", because he took the introduced sung tango. Along with his death, Argentines gave birth to Fileteado in the neighborhood of "El Abasto" as a commemoration of the light and colors that Gardel brought upon with his music to Argentina.
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    Juan D'Arienzo

    Also known as "El rey del Compás", recognized for its vibrant, energetic and rhythmic way of directing orchestras during Tango presentations. (part of the succesful "maestros del tango" and the "golden era of tango"
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    Astor Piazzolla

    creator of the nuevo tango, which combined jazz and classical music components with traditional tangos for the dance floor.
  • Tango Golden Age

    Represents a transition from La guardia vieja to la Guardia nueva, introducing new dancing styles of Tango and promoting its rapid success and growth throughout the years since its development.
  • Tango dance shows in USA and France

    Brought by the youngest generation and performed in burdeles which then spread to France and the United States
  • Renewal period for Tango

    Tango lost its popularity due to the cutouts in the number of performers in orchestras. In 1990, tango awakes a new sense of interest once again which contributed to the reemerge of the economy of Argentina.
  • Revolucion of Tango

    With the incorporation of La guardia Nueva and different styles of Tango like Tango salón, Tango milonguero y Tango nuevo, also rised up the non- gender binary tango or better known as Queer tango that expanded the inclusion of all individuals to the gender and created a sense of liberty for Argentines who nowadays practice tango in milongas and outdoor milongas which os a little more casual.