About

A tango dancer since 1998/1999, I have been consumed by learning, dancing, teaching and djing as well as community building in my small tango community.

Always thinking a lot about the tango and why it means so much to me, but not always time to write or discuss with the equally tango crazy, I have had the intention to blog for some time, but after I became a father quite recently, there is much less time for dancing, but some time for  blogging in between.

This blog is pseudo-anonymous; if you know me, you will probably easily guess who I am, but I ask you to use the nick Simba to my real name nevertheless. Comments are most welcome.

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  1. 2009 July 27

    Hi I really enjoy your blog and your attitude. Come to Rome some time and we can have a dicussion about so many interesting aspects of tango. As well as hit a few milongas. Here is my latest tango video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-5X1VPtwec

  2. 2009 July 28

    Thanks! I love Italy, and many very good tango teachers go there regularly, so I will definitely go in the next couple of years!

  3. 2009 August 31

    Again, my compliments on your blog…you know I am tempted to say that it is the best tango blog I have seen…it is at the very least one of the best in the world. It is a testimonial to your passion, intelligence and professionalism. I am glad that they finally allowed someone other than an argentinean to win the Salon Championship. This can only improve the image of Argentina around the world.

    I want to share a new video in which I combine my daughter Rebecca with tango.

    “No ordinary coincidence and fate conspire to send a man in a mist of a gloomy sea to follow, as great poets and artists before, his unlikely dream to the magical ciy of Florence Italy and there through a dance of of passion and nostalgia he meets the love of his life. Meanwhile In heaven an angel chooses these lovers to descend to earth as the Tango Child….dressed in white, fate blushes beneath her veil and smiles..”

    The music is Gallo Ciego composed by Agustin Bardi and recorded by the Osvaldo pugliese orchestra in 1959.

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