Maria has been brought up with traditional Tango and used this to develop a personal style that has contemporary elements but remains true to the fundamentals of traditional Salon Tango.
From an early age Maria trained in traditional Tango working with some of the great milongueros and tango Salon dancers in both her home city, Rosario, and then Buenos Aires ( Orlando Paiva, Marisa Talamoni & Ricardo calvo, Yanina Messina, Tete & Silvia, “La Negra Gonzles”, Osvaldo Zotto & Lorena Hermosida, Geraldine Rojas & Javier Rodriguez, Julio Balmaceda y Corina de la Ros, amongst others).This has given her a strong foundation on which to fuse her own personal style based on years of study and personal research which has taken her towards more contemporary or “nuevo” styles of Tango. Maria has studied with some of the most creative teachers in these areas. Gustavo Naveira, Mariano “Chicho” Frumboli, Lucia Mazer, Luciana Valle, Mauricio Castro, Carla Marano, Pablo Inza, Moira Castellano).
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