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Let’s talk about the future of Tango

We are deprived of the embrace and that is perhaps the best thing that could happen to Tango.

According to Dimitris Bronowski, we are now forced, maybe for the first time in Europe and America, to stay away from dancing.

That offers, he says, a great chance for introspection and for building a new Tango practice, closer to what people need.

“It’s not good for the professionals, let me be clear, it’s very hard for the professionals, but I think it’s very good for Tango”.

As marketing expert and with 11 years experience of dancing Tango, Dimitris is convinced that we are entering into an era where Tango can be the right response for the growing cravings that people are having these days.

Tango is the perfect product-market fit right now

Dimitris Bronowski

“People are deprived from touching other people, from hugging, deprived from expressing, deprived from being with other people, and I ask myself, do we know any solution for that people? We know. Tango is the perfect product-market fit right now”.

Publisher and author of two books about Tango, Dimitris also told the story behind his editorial efforts.

In an insightful conversation, he shared his vision of Tango as a vital human experience, with healing powers, rather than mere steps. Tango, he said, is a tool that can enhance and even save our lifes.

About Dimitris Bronowski

Dimitris Bronowski took his first tango steps in 2009. In 2019 he left his position as CEO of the biggest marketing training company for experts in Europe to dedicate himself professionally to his passion: tango. He is the publisher of the bestselling book Tango Tips by the Maestros, author of Tangofulness, organizer of tango retreats and online tango programs focused on bringing safety and connection in daily life. His vision is to help one million people experience moments of meaning through tango.

By Sergio Acosta

At heart, I am a story-teller. As a creative writer and designer, I tell stories on the web, on paper, and sometimes I scribble random lines on the dance floor.