Strictly Milonguero Seminar

Turns, Rhythm and Advanced Elements

in Milonguero Style

with Emile, Simge & Teresa

On the marathon weekend we will give a 9-hour seminar dedicated to „Turns, Rhythm and Advanced Elements in Milonguero-style“.

The seminar consists of 3 day workshops à 3 hours. It can be booked as a complete seminar or as single workshops. During each workshop there will be a short break.

The number of participants is limited and a prior registration is necessary.

The seminar is for intermediate and advanced level.

In the seminar we will give you plenty of material, well-founded information and concrete personal feedback – all of which is based on more than 30 years of tango expertise and teaching experience.

We look at each topic from different perspectives, such as connection and natural authentic movement, technique and aesthetics of the couple, variety and combinations as well as musicality and rhythm.

With this approach we enable you to achieve a long-lasting effect on the quality of your dance.

See also the video below which shows a selection of the elements that we will teach in the seminar / workshops.

Emile Sansour has been teaching tango for more than 30 years. He is
the founder of Intango, the first school for Argentine Tango in
Heidelberg and Mannheim, and one of the pioneers of Argentine Tango in
the South of Germany. Teresa and Simge are tango teachers who were trained by Emile and have been teaching at Intango for several years.




Friday, March 4, 17:30 – 20:30 / Workshop 1

Connection and Embrace

Milonguero Ochos and Milonguero Boleos

Calesitas and Planeos, Paradas and Pasadas


Saturday, March 5, 13:00 – 16:00 / Workshop 2

Giro Cortado and other typical Milonguero-turns

Changes of Rhythm, Dynamics and Direction

Rhythmical Variations and Embellishments in Cortado and Turns


Sunday, March 6, 13:00 – 16:00 / Workshop 3

Volcadas and Colgadas

Single and Multi-Volcadas and -Colgadas

Complex Combinations with other Elements



Teaching language: German (corrections in English and Turkish possible)


In the video below you can see a selection of what we will teach in the seminar: