Negracha and Diego Lanau.jpg -  Negracha and Diego Lanau are Argentine Tango dancers from Buenos Aires. They have performed at many of the most popular milongas,been filmed for the Solo Tango Channel and MTV, and won numerous prizes. As ambassadors of the traditional milonguero-style tango, they dance with a close embrace.
  
    Negracha and Diego are enthusiastic teachers. Each of them has a deep understanding of both the lead and the follow. They instill in their students an understanding of every aspect of Tango, from the basic walk to the fanciest of ganchos. Each of their workshops focuses on a single aspect of the dance, giving students an opportunity to completely absorb several variations of each movement.
  
    Starting with simple walking steps, they gently encourage students to progress to front and back ochos, boleos, giros, and ganchos. Their workshops also teach milonguero etiquette. Students learn everything from how to invite a woman to dance with a cabezeo to how to navigate on a crowded dance floor. In their classes, Negracha and Diego present the flavor of genuine Buenos Aires milongas.
  
    Negracha and Diego are passionate about how a true milonguero incorporates Tango into every aspect of his life. They have spent many hours studying with the old tangueros and count as their most influential teachers: Mingo Pugliese, Gustavo Naveira , Nito y Elba, Ezequiel Herrera, Pablo Veron, Osvaldo Zotto, Nestor Ray, Ricardo Vidourt, Graciela Gonzales, and Pupy Catello. Now they wish to share the thrill of the Argentine Tango with students and audiences around the world.  
In year 2003 were winners of the milongueros style at the Club Saraza Champioship located in the Caballito neighborhood (Club Saraza is a famous club well attended by famous dancers in Buenos Aires). They were voted champions by the public and the most renown tango dancers in Buenos Aires such as Soto and Coca. Negracha & Diego were selected as the best milongueros of Buenos Aires in 2003 because when they danced, they reflect in their dancing elegance, compas, cadencia, musicality, feelings and good interpretation of the music.

Negracha and Diego Lanau

Negracha and Diego Lanau are Argentine Tango dancers from Buenos Aires. They have performed at many of the most popular milongas,been filmed for the Solo Tango Channel and MTV, and won numerous prizes. As ambassadors of the traditional milonguero-style tango, they dance with a close embrace.

Negracha and Diego are enthusiastic teachers. Each of them has a deep understanding of both the lead and the follow. They instill in their students an understanding of every aspect of Tango, from the basic walk to the fanciest of ganchos. Each of their workshops focuses on a single aspect of the dance, giving students an opportunity to completely absorb several variations of each movement.

Starting with simple walking steps, they gently encourage students to progress to front and back ochos, boleos, giros, and ganchos. Their workshops also teach milonguero etiquette. Students learn everything from how to invite a woman to dance with a cabezeo to how to navigate on a crowded dance floor. In their classes, Negracha and Diego present the flavor of genuine Buenos Aires milongas.

Negracha and Diego are passionate about how a true milonguero incorporates Tango into every aspect of his life. They have spent many hours studying with the old tangueros and count as their most influential teachers: Mingo Pugliese, Gustavo Naveira , Nito y Elba, Ezequiel Herrera, Pablo Veron, Osvaldo Zotto, Nestor Ray, Ricardo Vidourt, Graciela Gonzales, and Pupy Catello. Now they wish to share the thrill of the Argentine Tango with students and audiences around the world.

In year 2003 were winners of the milongueros style at the Club Saraza Champioship located in the Caballito neighborhood (Club Saraza is a famous club well attended by famous dancers in Buenos Aires). They were voted champions by the public and the most renown tango dancers in Buenos Aires such as Soto and Coca. Negracha & Diego were selected as the best milongueros of Buenos Aires in 2003 because when they danced, they reflect in their dancing elegance, compas, cadencia, musicality, feelings and good interpretation of the music.