Santiago Giachello et Eva Laura Madar

Born in Argentina, Santiago Giachello is a dancer, teacher and choreographer of Argentine tango with more than 25 years of professional experience. He has shared the stage with the greatest tango artists and has performed throughout the world (Japan, India, Argentina, Russia, Europe, etc.).

Her dance is characterized by elegance, creativity and musicality.
Through his pedagogy, he seeks to transmit all his knowledge with passion and always in benevolence, respect and listening.
He has trained hundreds of dancers, dozens of teachers around the world and now specializes in teaching to an advanced and professional audience.

In 2022, Santiago Giachello finds you with great pleasure for the 6th time in Tarbes, this festival for which he has already cocréé four shows: Tango Fado, Tango Negro (with Juan Carlos Caceres), En Crudo and Luces de la Calle.

Eva is an internationally renowned dancer and tango teacher. After living in Buenos Aires for 10 years, she returned to France in 2020 and settled in Occitania. She graduated from the National University of Arts where she studied for 4 years (U.N.A of Buenos Aires, mention Tango and Argentine folk dances). A posteriori in 2019, she wins the first prize of the Festival of Popular Music of Baradero category "Tango of scene" as well as the second prize in Vals and Tango Salón of the Intermilongas Competition of Buenos Aires the same year. She joined the U.N. Tango Company led by Ignacio Gonzales Cano and Nicolas Schell, EL CXUCE TANGO led by Vanesa Villalba and Facundo Piñiero. Dancer in the show Seleccionado Federal de Tango of 2015, under the direction of great “maestros” of Tango as Leonardo Cuello, Los Veliz, or Elina Roldán. Ella has to her credit several representations in milonga porteña as Villa Malcom and Salon Caning as well as many international tours with Mora Godoy or Tango Lovers Company in the United States, Europe and Israel.

Present at events

Seminar

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MAESTRO NIGHT

Show - Halle Marcadieu

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SHOW : Carmen Tango

Show - Halle Marcadieu

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C 58: Woman’s Technique- Sensuality in the feminine technique of tango

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C 59: Man’s Technique- Posture, elegance, floor support quality

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C 65 Milonga: Nice dance steps for two to have fun

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