Teachers / Artists / Dj
Luciano Brigante & Alejandra Orozco
Luciano Brigante and Alejandra Orozco, tango dancers and teachers with more than 20 years of international trajectory. Proud representatives of the Traditional Tango. Runner up in the World tango Championship in Tango Salon Style and placed third in at the Metropolitan Championship representing Sunderland Club in Buenos Aires 2004. Choreographers and dancers representing Argentina in the Olympics Games Beijing 2008 Producers and promoters of TANGO CULTURE around the world. Creator of Tango Brigante method, and guest directors in Tango schools in Germany, USA and Mexico. Appeared as a principal dancer in the music video directed by the multi-award director Mel Gibson Invited to perform exclusively for royalty and presidents. Jordan, Egypt, Qatar and Argentina, Mexico. Their tour performing and teaching Tango Brigante method include Canada, Mexico, South and Central America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and USA Luciano and Alejandra exemplify the Villa Urquiza style of tango with their elegance, smoothness and precision in walking. Their elegant dancing reflects great accuracy, tradition, strength and dynamism.
Maxi Copello & Rachel Makow
Maxi Copello was born breathing Tango. In his childhood he would accompany his father to the theater, seated in the lighting booth watching each show with awe and admiration. At one point in his life, the curiosity or his genes won him over and Tango became his biggest passion. Since then he has directed and acted in Tango movies and has traveled the world teaching and dancing tango.
Raquel Makow, born in San Francisco, California with a father from Buenos Aires and a mother from New York, began dancing at 10 years old. Dance was always something natural and essential in her life. She went on to win international titles in Ballroom competitions and danced in well known Ballroom shows in different theaters throughout the world. However, it was at the age of 15 that she discovered her true passion in Tango and later on in 2013 that she moved to Buenos Aires to pursue her new dream.