Come and enjoy an evening of tango in a historic and charming salon located in the heart of Berlin. We invite you to join us every Wednesday at Clärchens Ballhaus for your first tango lesson. You can join the classes and afterwards also stay at the milonga, an event where many dancers gather to dance tango in a very relaxed atmosphere.
Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a special Wednesday night in Berlin.
Buy 1 Get 1 on the first Tango Lesson
Beginners class 18 – 19hs
Intermediate class 19 – 20hs
Milonga 20s – 23hs
Price: 15€ per person
Born in Buenos Aires, Juliana took dance and rhythmic gymnastics lessons from a very young age. As a teenager, her passion for jazz dance and ballet awoke. Later, she worked as a dance teacher for children and adults at the renowned dance studio “Noemi Cohelo and Rodolfo Olguin” in Buenos Aires.
At the age of 18 she fell in love with tango dancing and since 2012 she has been dancing professionally. She participated as a dancer and teacher in international tango festivals in several countries around the world such as Denmark, Italy, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Russia and Turkey, among others.
In addition to her career as a dancer, Juliana is finishing a degree in cultural policy and administration.
Born in Buenos Aires, Santiago became interested in music and martial arts at an early age. He trained at a higher level in the “Wing Chung System” and since then his love for teaching movement arts grew continuously. In 2000 she started dancing tango and since then she has been able to combine her passion for movement and music. Parallel to her tango training, she also danced ballet, contemporary dance and other movements such as aerial acrobatics and mime.
He had the opportunity to work in companies such as “Señor Tango” or “Brenda Angiel’s Tanz-Ensemble” and was also part of the classical ballet of the province of Salta in Argentina and the dance theater of the German city of Görlitz.
In addition, he worked as a dancer and dance teacher in several cities around the world, such as Buenos Aires, Tokyo, London and Berlin, where he has lived since 2011 and where he founded his own dance school.
Parallel to his career as a dancer, Santiago graduated in psychology at the University of Buenos Aires and since then he has been working as a psychotherapist in the field of depth psychology.
Ubicación de Clärchens
Auguststraße 24 10117 Berlin