“I discovered tango when I was 16 and it has been at the center of my life ever since. Tango made me discover friends, lovers, cities, and the depth of the music and the poetry of the street.
I try to understand the intensity of the present moment that brings about the magic of tango.
With more than 15 years of performances and classes all over the world, I got to know many schools and tango clubs where thousands of people of different cultures and backgrounds come together. One thing unifies us: tango transformed us.
The Social Tango Project is a tribute to each dancer.
I am currently interested in developing new projects with artists from different disciplines to bring tango, in all of its forms, to a broader audience.
I am passionate about new people discovering such a language so mysterious and yet so accessible.”
Artistic Director and Choreographer
Agustina Videla, studied at the Escuela Nacional de Danzas and was a member of the Contemporary Dance Company “El Aleph,” led by Lola Brikman. In 1997, she was invited to dance at the “Megaexposición Tango” in the Palais de Glace and at the “Feria Internacional del Tango,” organized by the city of Buenos Aires.
Videla’s tango works Gallo Ciego, El Flete, and Canaro en Paris were featured on ATC (the principal TV station in Argentina) and Solo Tango TV.
In 1998, she and her partner, Claudio Asprea, were chosen to represent Argentina during the “Exposición Universal de Lisboa”. She has also participated in major shows and festivals with renowned tango orchestras: Sexteto Mayor, Color Tango, Alfredo Marcucci, and the band of Nestor Marconi, among others.
As a professor, choreographer, and perfomer, Agustina Videla has attended the following festivals: IV Cumbre de Tango (Portugal), Festival International de Jazz de Orvieto (Italy), Festival de Tango de Hannover (Germany), L’ete du Tango” (France), Summer Tango Festival (USA), Tango Camp Festival (Sweden), and White Nights Tango Festival (Russia). For the last 15 years, she has led intensive tango seminars in Europe, Canada, and the United States.