Presented by the Argentine Tango Society
Always wanted to learn to Tango? We have the Argentine Tango Society to thank for bringing Florida-based instructor, Pablo Repun to the dance floor to teach you simple Tango steps. We’ll also open your eyes to the health benefits of Tango in the areas of cognitive skills, Parkinson’s disease, and cardiac health.
About Pablo Repun, Tango Teacher & Performer
Pablo Repun was born and raised in Buenos Aires—the city where the exciting and passionate dance of Argentine Tango first came alive. During his extensive training, he studied with the top Masters and has broad performing experience at private events, public shows, corporate events, universities, and of course, Milongas (Tango social dance). Pablo is proficient at teaching all styles of Argentine Tango to all levels. He has taught group classes all across southern Florida, where he has built a robust Tango community, and travels internationally conducting workshops and performing.
About Osvaldo Barrios, Bandoneonist
Osvaldo is master of the bandoneon, the instrument that is the soul of Tango. He was born in Buenos Aires and in 1967 immigrated to Los Angeles, where he formed the famous trio, Tres Para El Tango. He established himself in Hollywood as a musician for the motion picture industry and as a songwriter and performer for films. Osvaldo has spread the worldwide fascination and respect for his native music, and has gained international recognition as one of the foremost bandoneon artists. His most well known fan is tango-aficionado, Robert Duval! In 2005, he performed with pop music idol, Diego Torres, as the opening act for the MTV Latin Music Awards, combining traditional tango with good old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.