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Uploaded on Aug 19, 2008
When we were asked to perform on the same stage and in the same show with show-tango dancers of the caliber of Natalia Hills and Jorge Torres, we asked ourselves what we had to offer. We decided that we wanted to show to the public how social tango is danced - in particular the Milonguero style we usually dance -and give people a more complete understanding of the whole range of this multi-facetted dance that is Tango. We wanted to represent the way we usually dance at the Milongas, without any choreography, dancing "in the moment", based on improvisation and a deep connection between the partners. It was very well received; people told us they could sense the depth of our connection in the dance and that made us happy.'