Elio Astor (Rome)


  • Formerly a club DJ, he started studying tango in 2003, he has been at the console as a tango dj for more than 5000 hours,
    during the first years putting music in tango festivals, milongas and encuentros milongueros in Europe
    and also in Buenos Aires where he was at the console of Club Fulgor, Nino Bien and the famous Salon Canning.
    During one of the traditional evenings he was very surprised because when he put a mixed tanda
    from Orquesta Fervor de Buenos Aires "al estilo de Carlos di Sarli",
    just few of the traditional dancers went to the dancefloor to dance.
    After some weeks he took the same tanda, he worked on it on the pc, adding hiss and vinyl effect
    deterioration, making it sound like an old vinyl. He proposed this tanda to the same milonga,
    which they danced happily.
    So he decided to spend his time looking at the possibilities which tango has to be danced
    on modern music, he was the first one to make a milonga with 100% modern music
    in Italy in 2008, he was the first to introduce the hangdrum in a milonga in 2016,
    he is now focusing on music production, he believes in a global tango music renaissance
    made by musicians and new tango orquestas, experienced djs,
    and open minded teachers who teach first steps on modern music instead retro/vintage one.

Sonja Armisen (Munich)


  • Sonja has been dancing and teaching Tango for more than 20 years now.
    In 2004 she produced 2 electrotango cds and opend the first Neotangomilonga in Munich.
    She also created a new Tangostyle, TangoFusionDance
    especially for electro and neotango music.
    She runs a monthly Tangofusionparty in Munich and
    has been djing Neotango around Europe in several Neomarathons and Neomilongas..

Thanos Kasidis (Athens)


  • Thanos started dancing tango in 2006. He was always been fascinated by alternative
    music for tango steps.
    He is been organizing “Milonga Aternativa” for 4 years in different places in Athens.
    He also was a dj at Bremen Neotango Rave Festival, Athens tango marathon,
    ToRave Torino international tango Rave and Roma NeoTango Marathon.
    Always plays music according to the feelings of the moment and the people in the dance floor.

Anna Neum (Moscow)

  •  Every set she plays is live and depends on the dancefloor right here right now Loves that kind of continious music flow, that takes dancers thru time and range of emotions. She has played already on many Neotango Marathons around Europe in the last 2 years. 

Phil (Toulouse)


Tango, swing and blues dancer, Phil love mixing dances.
As started as Hard Rock and metal DJ in the 80’s, Then switched to Blues nights ; Blues drove me to Tango, Neo of course, and I could open Nueva Guardia in Toulouse in 2015, after one year of different tries all around.
I like to invite DJs to my milonga, I also like to organize events : Our baby, the TNT is doing well and I'm proud to announce that we are again in a gestation period, presumed birth date being around June 17 2018. I was also daddy of the « nocturna » .
Our family is nicely growing!. Phil.

He started with pure blues nights then offered to Toulouse monthly alternative tango nights with his association Nueva Guardia.
Now those nights have their own public.
He's also taking part into nights where several DJs can meet, showing different facets of where they consider as modern tango.
He's the one who introduced the nocturnas in Tangopostale.


Dimitris Loukakis and Vicky Damianou

 Dimitris and Vicky are among the first professional Tango dancers in Greece. In 2005 they founded their own school, "Chorotropio", which today is one of the most famous and well-known schools in the Tango area. Having already taken part in many shows, performances, festivals, etc. and not wanting to confine themselves only to the dancing aspect of tango, they founded in 2014 the group "T for Tango", which consists of artists who, although coming from different places of the performing arts , have a common communication code, the tango. Dancers, actors, singers and musicians jointly create and explore the wide range of artistic expression offered by the Argentine tango. The group has already staged three performances, "Tango en Tres", "Tango vs Tango" and "Tango Noir". Dimitris and Vicky often experiment dancing to non-tango music. Different music forms provide always a great challenge and offer new opportunities in arranging the various movements of tango, especially the musical aspect of those movements. They are looking forward to presenting their work to the audience of the Greek Neotango Marathon. 




  • Andreas joined the Tango in 2005 as a photographer and has been dancing since 2006.
    From the very beginning, he was interested in alternative tango.
  • Since 2015 he has focused his artistic work on the Vjing. Almost invariably, he uses
    his own visual material. Some of them are works that have already been shown at exhibitions,
    others have been created by him especially for the Vjing.
    He sees the Vjing as a form with visual elements to dance to the music.
    This results in a mutual influence on music, dancers and visuals.