Instructors and Private Lessons

These excellent Milonguero Style Instructors will be available for private lessons during the 2019 encuentro.
Please contact the instructors directly to schedule.

 

 

 

Barbara Durr


Barbara
 is a member of a small group of U.S.-based instructors and organizers responsible for the introduction of milonguero style to North America. She began studying the dance in the mid-1990s, and taught at the Denver MIlonguero Festivals and at the Atlanta Tango Festivals of the early 2000s. Barbara organized the original U.S. tours for Susana Miller, Cacho Dante, and Alicia Pons. Currently based in Washington D.C., a more detailed profile and current contact information may be found at the Tango Seekers website.

 


 

Eva Garlez and Pablo Rodriguez

Eva & Pablo Instructors

Eva and Pablo are internationally recognized Argentine Tango teachers who belong to the New Guard of Milongueros. Young and full of enthusiasm, they use the embrace as a means of musical expression. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina they have chosen Albuquerque as home-base after having traveled throughout the U.S. in recent years, giving seminars and performances. They combine an extraordinary ability to explain the basic mechanics of danceable tango, and from there build a very personal dance for each student.  

Attention early arrivals:  You are invited to join Eva and Pablo at their Road Runner Practica on Thursday, August 29, 8:30-10:30pm at Las Puertas. $5.

 


 

Liz Haight

Liz Haight
Liz has been dancing Argentine tango since 1998 and teaching tango since 2002. She has studied extensively with Ricardo Vidort, Alicia Pons, and Osvaldo & Coca Cartery. Liz now works full-time teaching Milonguero-style Argentine tango privately, in group classes, and at festivals. Liz also hosts her own monthly milonga, and hosts encuentros at her studio and elsewhere in Santa Fe. Contact: 505-699-0106.

 

  


 

Christopher Nassopoulos & Caroline Peattie

Christopher And Caroline
Christopher was first introduced to Argentine tango in 1993, and made numerous trips to Buenos Aires to study and learn the social traditions of the milongas there. Caroline taught many forms of movement and danced salsa for almost a decade before being lured to the tango in 1997, and joined Christopher as his teaching partner two years later. Christopher and Caroline are invited to teach at festivals all over the U.S. and abroad.

Christopher and Caroline are also members of a small group of U.S.-based instructors and organizers responsible for the introduction of milonguero style to North America.