Jorge Rodriguez

& Cecile Brus

Born in Argentina, Jorge Rodriguez began dancing at the age of 10. He obtains the higher diploma of dance teacher and integrates the ballet "Pampa y huella" (Rio Tercero, Cordoba). Since the beginning of the 90s, Jorge Rodriguez's career as a dancer has been accelerating. Passionate about the scene, he surrounds himself with many artists and dance partners with whom he will create: "Flor de Tango", accompanied by singer Sandra Rumolino and dancer Silvia Bidegain "Fatal Tango", with partner Theresa Cunha, with the singer Sandra Rumolino "Tandem-Tango", with partner dancer Bibiana Guilhamet. They will perform from 1999 to 2002, and notably at the famous Tarbes International Tango Festival. At the end of the nineties, Jorge Rodriguez enriched his performances by skilfully mixing theater and tango. In 2003, Jorge Rodriguez also plays "El Duende" in the opera-tango "Maria de Buenos Aires" directed by Alfredo Arias and in 2010 in the show TroisTangos.

 

Cécile began her tango training at the age of 14 with Andres and Julia Ciafardini. In 2004, she continues to train in Paris with Luis Bruni and Pascale Coquigny. In parallel with her training,

Cécile began her professional career as a dancer and teacher. She teaches individually in group and private lessons, as well as at the Canning milonga with Javier Maldonado. Co-founder and professor of the group "Seminarios BRM" with Flavio Romanelli and Marcos Martignano, from the duet "Il Faut Tango Duo", which offers courses in musical language applied to dance. She dances in various places known as Caminito (La Boca), Florida and Lavalle, San Telmo, at the Bauen Theater, as well as in various "Dinner-Show" as "La Gayola", "Todo Mundo", "Parrilla Dorrego", " Bar On ", etc., and gives internships and demonstrations in Buenos Aires, Amsterdam and now in France. Currently, she teaches in different schools in the Bordeaux region and works with Jorge Rodriguez.

Maria Filali & Diego Riemer

Maria is a classically trained dancer who chose to make tango the focus of her career twenty years ago. During this time, she regularly performed at international tango events and festivals, where she proved herself to be a skilled artist and teacher.
On stage, she took part in productions that blended tango and other forms of performing art alongside a wide variety of partners, including Jorge Rodriguez, who collaborated with her for fifteen years.
From 2014 to 2018, she toured the world with another tango partner, Gianpiero Galdi.

Diego “El Pájaro” Riemer , multifaceted artist in dance, music, design and advertising, takes up tango in Buenos Aires, his hometown, where he is formed with the maestro Tito Molinari and learns from the “old” dancers and milongueros. He thereafter perfects his technique with several professional dancers.

Owner of a unique and original musical expression in his dancing and improviser par excellence, he is internationally recognized and sought for his sense of humor in tango, the exploration of the traspié and rhythm, the caminata and the giros with adornments (enrosques and lapices), in addition to his special and thorough technique and pedagogy for the transmission of tango and its culture.

Amanda Costa & Adrian Costa

Adrian and Amanda have become one of the most influential and admired performers and teachers of the Authentic Salon Tango, in the Villa Urquiza style.

Adrian and Amanda successfully combine the true heritage and fundamentals of social tango with their more modern vision. Mutual respect for everyone sharing the dance floor, integrating emotion and interpretation of the music, and a natural elegance rooted in posture and beautiful walking are hallmarks of their vision.

In their very personal approach to tango they emphasize the embrace and elegance. They are of the opinion that the poetry of tango stems from suspension. Excellent teachers and philosophers of tango, each class with them is a veritable feast for the body and soul.

They are invited as maestros all over the world: France, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, United States, Costa Rica, China, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia etc.

Tel: +212 688 627 908

Tel: +212 661 162 520

marrakechtangofestival@gmail.com

Address : 6 rue Dayat Aoua, Agdal, Rabat, Morocco

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