Argentine Tango Videos by 030tango

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030tango started to document Argentine Tango around the world. Tango started from simple roots in Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Montevideo (Uruguay). It is now danced at milongas and ballrooms around the world. The Tango entered the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity of UNESCO in 2009.
Many dancers enjoy dancing Argentine Tango and it being a big part of their life. At the same time a lot of the art of Tango gets lost, due to its fleeting nature. Thus, we started 030tango, to take videos of Argentinian Tango. We don't care about sub-styles of Tango. In our videos, we document all Tango styles. Be it Salon Tango, Tango Nuevo, Milonguero, or Candombe.
Over the years we created some of the biggest channels for Argentine Tango on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. At the same time, we created our website as a platform to exhibit Tango in all its forms: dancing, music, and the culture around it. This included a database of video recordings, events, dancers, and musicians.

Argentine Tango Dancers

Dancing the Tango is a lifelong journey, that takes a lot of dedication and practice. Performers often travel around the world to give Tango classes and shows at milongas and theaters. But dancing alone is not enough nowadays. If tangueros are not aware of teachers' upcoming dates and opportunities to take classes, it is impossible to become well known. 030tango helps Tango dancers to find a wider audience.
We have filmed the dances of some of the most well-known couples of Argentinian Tango. Some of the couples we filmed performances of are Juana Sepulveda and Chicho Frumboli; Roxana Suarez and Sebastian Achaval; Corina Herrera and Pablo Rodriguez; and Clarisa Aragon and Jonathan Saavedra.
Countless milongueros discovered their favorite maestros with videos from 030tango.

Promote Tango Festivals and more

There are many chances to dance the Argentinian Tango all over the world. Dancers have a hard time finding the event, that's perfect for their taste. On 030tango we help organizers and dancers to find each other. Be it milongas, Tango festivals, marathons, or Tango shows. If you want your event on our event calendar, send us a message.
We attended some of the biggest festivals in the world. Some of the places we recorded at are Łódź Tango Salon Festival, Embrace Berlin Tango Festival, the Tango World Championship, and many more.
030tango helped to put many new festivals on the map to dance at. We covered the debuts of Lyon Tango Festival, Recuerdo Tango Festival, and Trasnochando Tango Festival Berlin.
We have recorded in total more than 80 festivals, with many more to come.

Preserve Tango Music

Tango music is dance music. In the golden age of Tango in Buenos Aires, orchestras played every night. Women and men enjoyed dancing close together in crowded ballrooms to live music. To this day, we still dance to the same music from that time. The music of Juan D'Arienzo, Anibal Troilo, Francisco Canaro, Carlos Di Sarli, Osvaldo Pugliese is present to this day.
Modern orchestras have a hard time making a name for themselves. Fewer orchestras are performing for Tango dancing, than in the golden age nowadays. Only rarely do new songs get introduced into the songs played at milongas for social dancing.
030tango creates high-quality recordings of modern Tango orchestras. This way more organizers and dancers can listen to their music.

Social dance

Without social dancing, Argentine Tango would have stopped existing. Besides Tango professionals, we try to also gather footage of social dancers. Regular milongueros, who go out for a night of fun and meet their friends on and off the dance floor.
Be part of the journey of 030tango to document all aspects of Argentine Tango. Follow us on our social media channels or become a supporter of the channel.
For more information about the team behind 030tango, visit our team page.
If you want 030tango to be at your event, get in contact with us right away!
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