Pata Ancha by Osvaldo Pugliese.
Porteñisimo by Miguel Caló. The micro decorations are perfectly placed, as is the modern milonguero style.
Lagrimas y Sonrisas by Rodolfo Biági. Check out the micro-musicality in this great video.
Que Falta Que Me Haces by Miguel Calo & Alberto Podestá. A great musical resume with simple movements but complex interpretation.
Valse by Evgeny Grinko.
Mi Dolor by Juan D’Arienzo. Pay special attention to the unique interpretation of the bandoneon solos.
Organito de la Tarde by Carlos di Sarli. Yapeyu by Juan D’Areinzo. Nochero Soy by Osvaldo Pugliese.
Don Juan by Carlos di Sarli. The musicality here is impeccable.
El Adios by Osvaldo Pugliese y Jorge Maciel. Strong & exciting. Super dynamic and completely improvised.
Recuerdo by Osvaldo Pugliese. Powerful, smooth, and beautiful as always.
De Antaño by Juan D’Arienzo y Alberto Echagüe. Exciting, quick, and very musical.
Lazzarella by Domenico Modugno. Not a traditional milonga but definitely something fun.
Zum by Osvaldo Pugliese. Strong, intimate, & powerful performance.
Nada más by Juan D’Arienzo y Alberto Echagüe. Mesmerizing performance by Pablo & Corina in Poreč, Croatia.
Quedémonos aquí by Lidia Borda (Héctor Stamponi). Breathtaking, strong, and creative.
Cinema Paradiso by Esteban Morgado. Another absolutely beautiful performance by Michelle & Joachim.
Ella Es Así by Cachivache Quinteto (originally Edgardo Donato & Horacio Lagos). Pablo & Sofia rock this milonga. Fun & beautiful.
Bahia Blanca by Carlos di Sarli. Two legendary couples and a legendary performance. This is tango 2×4.
Flor de montserrat by Rodolfo Biagi. Pablo and Corina at their best, smooth, rhythmic, and well tempered. Lovely.
Toda mi vida by Aníbal Troilo y Francisco Fiorentino. Watch for her incredible boleo and a surprise towards the end ?!
Te aconsejo que me olvides by Aníbal Troilo y Francisco Fiorentino. Beautiful, rhythmic, and flowing. A great example of dynamics to strong music.
Encanto Rojo by Fabio Hager Sexteto. Pure power, and, for us, the correct energy for this music and two men dancing.
Ojos Negros Que Fascinan by Francisco Canaro y Roberto Maida & Cascabelito by Osvaldo Pugliese y Jorge Maciel. We love how powerful Serkan & Cecilia look when they perform. Every movement is controlled and through out, even during improvisation.
A quirky and super fun milonga: La endiablada by Juan D’Arienzo. Ariadna & Fernando are an absolute blast. Not only do they make Tango look easy, but they also put a ton of fun into everything they do. This milonga is a perfect example of their attitude towards tango!
One of the most soulful and beautiful pieces of music: Androgyne by Quartango. Michelle and Joachim are among our favorite dancers, specifically for their ability to dance so smoothly and strongly at once.
Our favorite interpretation of Milonga Para Una Armonica by Victor Hugo Díaz. The music in this interpretation is actually performed by Beltango. Once again, Chicho and Juana blow us away with their musicality, subtleness, and interesting interpretations.
Our favorite interpretation of Una Noche Mas by Yasmin Levy. Beautiful figuras with flowing boleos, back sacadas, and volcadas. Incredibly musical and a wonderful vals interpretation.