Analia Centurion and David Marina (Buenos Aires) Video #2 Analía is an internationally renowned tango dancer and master. She started dancing Argentine Tango in 1995. Her career includes dancing with the companies of Juan Carlos Copes 2004, Mora Godoy 2007, and the great Mariano Mores 1998. In Buenos Aires, she learned with great milongueros like Mingo Pugliese, Puppy Castello and Gerardo Portalea. As a teacher and performer, she has been all around the world invited to different events, festivals, and marathons. she has been part of the jury of important USA competitions such as (summit tango international festival 2018 – 2019 ) and ATUSA 2021. David Marin, Professional Tango Dancer with 15 years of experience dancing and teaching. Four times Colombian tango champion, Finalist Festival Mundial de Tango Argentina 3 years in a row (stage & salon) 4th place Pelando Variación. Experience teaching and performing in Europe, Asia. south, central and north America. Currently Choreographer and director of Tango Vivo dance company, Cali (Colombia), creator of the musical ‘Tango por siempre’ currently, Analía owns the first online Tango Academy «Tango Centurión» female technique.
They won the 2nd place in 2007 in the Worldwide Tango Championship in Buenos Aires and the 1st place in 2008 in the Trex Games TAFISA worldwide competition in South Korea. Focus on promote the argentine Tango and their culture around the world from the connection and the joy through the dance one of the most passionate dances in the world. Their teaching, it’s characterized as energetic, didactic and detailed.
Maxi Copello (Buenos Aires) & Raquel Makow (San Fransisco) [video]. Maxi’s grandparents were Argentine folkloric musicians and his father, Carlos Copello, is one of the most well-know and prominent tango dancers who participated in a number of notorious tango shows and movies. Maxi has been the director of a tango movie, producer of tango stage shows and dancer in international tango shows. Raquel began dancing Jazz, Ballet, and Ballroom at age 10 and tango at 15. Her father is Argentine and on family trips to Buenos Aires she would study tango and dance in the milongas. In the past few years she has been working in Buenos Aires teaching tango and traveling around Europe (Italy, Portugal, and France) teaching tango seminars and performing in milongas.
Since beginning dancing together, Maxi and Raquel performed in the stage production “Tango Nuevo Cabaret” in August 2015 in the famous Teatro Avenida in Buenos Aires. Since then they have performed exhibitions and taught in various milongas in Buenos Aires. Most recently they participated as maestros in the Misterio Tango Festival along with the family Copello, know as the “Clan Copello”. Together, Maxi and Raquel strive to continue discovering more about tango and share their dancing with others.