Oscar was born in Parque Patricios, a
well-known tango barrio in Buenos Aires. His parents were avid tango
dancers, and, in the 1950's and '60's, they organized three different
milongas per week, which regularly drew in 400-500 dancers. Oscar was
very much influenced by his father, both by osmosis and discussion. He
absorbed the code (codigo) of the milongueros, and when he eventually
decided to take up the dance seriously, he already had a background and
base that was the envy of many.
Oscar has a distinct style both in his dance and his teaching. He is
very milonguero, and is much respected by the old guard in the milongas
of Bs. As. He is also extremely popular with his students, who are impressed
by his teaching style. He teaches with energy and humer, emphasizing
concepts, specializing in improvisation, always interpreting the music
and respect the character of the different orchestras. He is especially intereasted in the dynamics and cadencia of the dance. Everything he
teaches is applicable to crowded milongas.
Ana Miguel started her Argentine Tango
training in the dance school of Moron Jose Neglia. She started teaching
with the famous Argentine tango instructor and performer, Pocho Pizarro.
From 2005 to 2008, Ana Miguel performed in the show "Bacanazo" which was
held in the Empire Theater and the Roman Theater in Bs. As. and she also
performed as part of the show at Esquina Carlos Cardel from 2006-2010 in
Bs. As. Moreover, Ana Miguel has taught tango at various tango festivals and
was also a tango teacher at ACETA (Academia de Estilos de Tango
Argentino- Academy of Argentine Tango Styles) from 2006-2010.