Paulina Cazabon and José Luis González are Chilean dancers with 15 years of experience and a great passion for teaching. Their current and most influential teachers are Jorge Dispari and Maria del Carmen Romero, with whom they have learned the essence of Tango de Salon.
In 2010 they became National Champions in Chile and ranked 7th place at the Tango World Championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They have begun traveling on a regular base to Europe to share their knowledge and their dance style with international audiences. Lyon, London, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Helsinki, and Naples are some of the cities where they have danced and taught seminars with great success. Their Tango is full of elegance and musicality, and their Milongas are full of strength, speed, and dexterity.
The connection in the embrace, the elegance while walking and the use of figures at the service of musical interpretation. All of this build their personal brand when it comes to dancing.
Their teaching is characterized by putting value on the basics of the traditional Tango combined with a fresh look and new technical elements that help students to understand how the body works while danceing Tango. In time, they have developed their own teaching method emphasizing connection, the embrace, musicality, walking, and the personality of each dancer.
In 2014, they received the “Grandes Maestros del Tango en Chile” award (Important Tango Masters in Chile), a popular vote award, which has meant a sound recognition to their trajectory as well as to their large years of experience.