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Murat Erdemsel - Istanbul/Washington DC
Murat is gifted with an insightful, thorough and analytical understanding of the dance. With a background in fine arts and music, he is fortified with knowledge and experience which he brings to the dance to help his students reach their potential. He travels globally on a regular basis and with his holistic approach and clear teaching methods, he increasingly cultivates a large and enthusiastic number of students all over the world.
As a dancer, Murat focuses on the origin of movement coming from an agreement in the embrace and has created his own unique style of dance which is characterized by musicality, playfulness, a balanced partnership and an awareness of social etiquette.
Raised as a son of two teachers, Murat is a natural lecturer and is renowned for his superior lectures which are informative, interesting and entertaining making learning a most enjoyable experience. The ‘Five Aspects and Self Regulation’ is a system he has created for dancers who are capable of self regulating their learning experience. These aspects are the support columns of a bridge of information in the overall ability to learn the dance.
Sigrid Van Tilbeurgh
Sigrid Van Tilbeurgh has started tango in Toulouse (France) in 1998 after many years of ballet and contemporary dance. In her further development as a teacher and dancer she was above all influenced by Hernán Obispo, Christophe Lambert, and Moira Castellano. In 2004, she went to Buenos Aires for one year in order to pursue a formal training and started travelling the world as a dancer and teacher accompanied by different partners in 2006. Over the years she has tried out different techniques and styles.
Sigrid is world known and talked about for her excellent technique. Teaching technique has become one of her specialties and she is highly regarded for her pedagogy and her view on the corporal movement. Very often she is invited as a solo artist to give seminars for women.
Coming from ballet and modern dance, Sigrid analyses and dissects each movement in order to understand all of its subtleties. In her classes, she focuses on the development of a conscience for body movement and the connection to the partner. She goes straight to the point and shares willingly of her own experiences in a truly efficient way. She urges her students to take an active part in the dance.
DJ & Tango Music Historian Stephan Resch - New Zealand
Stephan Resch is a tango dancer and DJ from Auckland, NZ. He began his tango journey in 2006 and after several visits to BsAs discovered his passion for DJing and the history of tango music. During regular visits to European festivals and Marathons he finds inspiration for developing his musical style. Stephan has been invited as a DJ and presenter to Milongas and Festivals in Berlin, Moscow, Stuttgart, Nelson, Wellington and Sydney.
HuyQ - DJ, Hong Kong
A professional hobbyist DJ, dancer and musician, HuyQ started dancing and DJing because of his love of tango music. His DJ is often described as being romantic and passionate. HuyQ's music is primarily Golden Age, with a little of either far ends of the era thrown in, and sometimes a not so often played orquesta to surprise dancers. HuyQ DJs at milongas and some festivals while he travels for work throughout Asia Pacific, and some milongas in Europe.
Mohammed Ibrahim - DJ, Sydney
Returning again in 2018, Mo is based in Sydney and was resident DJ at El Once Tango Club, guest DJ at Pablito’s milonga and various other Sydney Milongas and Tango events. Most recent festivals/marathons were Buenos Aires in the Southern Highlands and The New Zealand Tango Festival both of which attracted dancers from all over Australia. Mo is enthusiastic about tango music from the Golden age from 30s and 40s. He believes the DJ’s role is to read the floor, predict and cater for the dancers who respond to the music.
Alex Nodelman - DJ, Sydney
Alex has collected and studied tango music extensively for several years. It was never his intention to become a DJ however, as a keen tango dancer, he noticed a lot of great music that he loved was missing at milongas. Eventually some of his fellow dancers and friends encouraged him to DJ. He is now requested at major Sydney milongas and events in Australia and we are excited to have Alex as part of our DJ team in 2018.
Paul Wagner (Pavel) - DJ, Germany
Pavel started his DJ career in 2008 at the local milonga in Düsseldorf, (Germany). Since 2005 Pavel was DJing at Tango Synergy milongas, Milonga La Belle Epoque and Pablito’s milonga in Sydney. Pavel loves dancing and DJing outdoors. He was the major initiator and co-founder of the famous Synergy Outdoor Milonga in Sydney Darling Harbour. Since 2014 he is regularly DJing and hosting the Synergy Outdoor Milonga. In 2014 and 2015 he DJed at Buenos Aires in the Southern Highlands festival. "As a DJ it's my responsibility to play music to which dancer can connect". Pavel loves all sort of music including nuevo and alternative tango. In recent years golden age tango becomes his passion.
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