Considered by the newspaper Liberation de Paris as "best dancer in the world" Pablo Verón is one of the most celebrated ambassadors of tango and creator of a unique style that has earned him the respect of dancers of all ages in the world. He is recognized as a pioneer and key figure in the modernization and renewed popularity of the sensual dance of Buenos Aires. The New York Times has written "Pablo Veron has the feet of God".
As a choreographer and performer, he has participated in countless tango shows around the world, including the legendary and award-winning Tango Argentino, and danced for prestigious figures such as President Bill Clinton at the White House. He shared the big screen playing and dancing alongside legendary actors such as Johnny Depp, Robert Duvall and Kirsten Dunst, in the following films: The Tango Lesson (where he is lead actor, dancer and choreographer), The Man Who Cried, Assassination Tango, Upside Down, and Our Last Tango. He starred in the successful multimedia play Tanghost and composed the music for his fusion concert Millennium Tango. His incredible work as a choreographer and performer has brought him many awards, including the American Choreography Award, a scholarship from the prestigious Guggenheim Foundation and a special award from SADAIC (Argentinian Society of Authors and Composers ), for the spreading of the argentinian repertoire abroad.
In more than 30 years of career, Pablo has developed an advanced methodology of teaching and among artistic projects, shares his passion and experience in tango through intensive workshops and seminars in the main cities of the world.