Tango Mio and Co. Événements

Porteñe Chronicles #38 – Dos… Lo que se disuelve, a resounding masterpiece

On Saturday 15th of January, I had the chance to be invited to the special Première of the new master piece of the dance company of DNI tango. No one really knew what to expect, except for a profoundly new and different kind of show. And something very qualitative. One

Continue reading…

An exhibition in Bilbao

Sorry, this entry is only available in Français.

Porteña Chronicles #4 – Homage to Juan Carlos Cáceres

Sorry, this entry is only available in Français.

What do you see in me ? A tango story

The first time I met Rocio (Lequio) and Bruno (Tombari) was in Buenos Aires in 2014, during their milonga La Mandrilera. They gave a really great show to celebrate the closure of the place before doing some renovations. I had heard about them before as great dancers, but I felt

Continue reading…

Coming back from Buenos Aires…

« A little bit more than two weeks in Buenos Aires… it is not much, but at the same time enough to feel again this so-special taste of the Argentinian city. It went very fast, but I took my time to dream, walk, enjoy, discover, observe, talk and feel.» The

Continue reading…

Baila Blanca in Buenos Aires

I already spent almost two months in Buenos Aires, and one year later I am finally going back there! Just for a short period of time, enough though to be full of sun, tango, fernet and asados…and overall of interviews for Tango Mio And Co.! Some great meetings are planned…

Continue reading…

International tango day

On December 11th, tangueros from all over the world think about Carlos Gardel, at least once. He was born in Toulouse (France) on Decembre 11th in 1890 and moved to Argentina when he was 2. He revolucionized tango thanks to his golden voice and angelic face. His death has been

Continue reading…

Sultans of Istanbul – Tango Marathon 26-27-28/12/2014

A tango marathon in Istanbul for the Christmas period. What could be possibly more magical ? We often say that Istanbul is like the Mecca of tango. I danced a lot with Turkish dancers and I have to say that this is not an urban legend ! Istanbul is an

Continue reading…