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David and Kim Benitez are dancers, aficionados and teachers of Argentine ..
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This blog post is all about the “B” word. Don’t worry, it’s not the word you’re thinking of! You’re safely inside a ..read more
We can’t get enough of them at the moment. We have their music on a loop in our classes and we can’t stop watching their videos. ..read more
August my be winter in Buenos Aires but it was the month that David and I chose to visit our friends and family in Argentina, hoping of ..read more
Twenty years ago when I started tango, I would never have imagined that I would appear on the front page of one of Argentina's leading ..read more
There are a few classic signs that you’re addicted to tango. When the other day a new student told me - a few months after starting ..read more
We always knew that our Tenth Anniversary Year would be special and it did not disappoint. We kicked off our celebrations in January ..read more
Last week, we were asked by the BBC for our opinion on the reason behind tango's global success. On the 100th anniversary of 'La ..read more
There’s one question that comes up time and time again in my classes. When learning decorations*, followers often ask me worriedly ..read more
This Saturday, we'll be welcoming tango tornado, Alejandra Mantinan, to Tango Movement once again. Here she is earlier this year with ..read more
Is this how you feel when the teacher draws class to you in class? Well, it’s good to know you are not alone! As teachers, we're ..read more

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