Strictly Milonguero Seminar

Strictly Milonguero Seminar

with Emile Sansour and Teresa


Click here to read the German version


During the marathon weekend we will give a seminar on Milonguero-style which is dedicated to advanced and highly advanced tango dancers and marathon dancers.


Milonguero-style is challenging even for highly advanced tango dancers. A lot of tango dancers use a close embrace when dancing at a tango marathon, but they do not actually use the ‚Milonguero embrace‘.

In this seminar we want to give you the opportunity to understand what Milonguero really is and why it is an attractive style for long tango nights and tango marathons. We will convey expert knowledge on the secrets of the Milongueros and their techniques. We will study complex combinations and sequences with different elements. And we will work on our embrace and a natural-aesthetic quality of movement in order to dance Milonguero in an authentic way and enjoy it even more and longer.


Level: advanced

Teaching language: German (translation in English on demand)


Saturday, November 23, 13:15 – 16:30 (incl. 15-minute break)

Milonguero Embrace, Connection, Re-Action and Interaction

Milonguero Body and Asthetics of the Couple

Milonguero Walk and Basics of Tete Rusconi’s Style

Giro Cortado and other typical Milonguero-Turns


Sunday, November 24, 13:15 – 16:30 (incl. 15-minute break)

Complex Sequences with Giros and Changes of Direction

Rhythmical Variations and Dynamics

Combinations of Volcadas and Colgadas

Milonguero in Milonga and Vals



Intango-Seminars are characterized by their integrated approach. We look on a topic from its various perspectives (for example musicality, connection, technique, aesthetics, development, ..).

We give our students a lot of material and rich information to work with. With this approach we enable them to achieve a lasting effect on the quality of their dance.


Emile Sansour has been teaching tango for thirty 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.


Read Emiles Tango-Blog on „Milonguero-Style“.


More info on Intango-Seminars.