The Tango was born in Buenos Aires towards the end of the 19th century. BBAA was then a city booming with an enormous population growth rate due to emigration in several European countries. French, Italian, Spanish, British, Swiss, Germans, Hungarians, Poles, Slavs, Russians and Jews was part of this migratory movement towards the Argentina. European immigrants and the portenos (those born in Buenos Aires) formed a new social group. Perhaps as a way of identifying themselves as a group of belonging in their new home, they began to create cultural expressions derived from this mixture.
That’s how he began tango, characterized by their extremely closed, codes that it was only accessible to the working classes. Society in which the tango was born listened and danced to polkas, Mazurkas, havaneras and waltzes. Someone said, tango is more than just a soft wave converted into music, is the deeper the world dance, and who said these words was not an Argentine. The truth is that it must be recognized that it is the last step in the evolution of the dance at least in what refers to dances of couples. What began as a dance arrived to its further evolution of the hand of big men, who captured the popular Crucible, captured the richest culture of Buenos Aires in his compositions. And you may ask that you have to see the tango with coaching, because I dare say that all his philosophy. The union is not given because Argentina is a country of great therapists and cradle of the tango; the union comes from its essence. The essence of the tango lives similarly in the coaching process in which two people run through roads desired by both, at a pace and time that only they know how to follow and which will enable them to find a harmony. The essence of the tango lives similarly in the coaching process in which two people run through roads desired by both, at a pace and time that they only know to follow and which will enable them to find a harmony that will end up leaving an essence of forgetting and feel difficult.