Welcome to Casa De Tango Kuala Lumpur
Begin with love to dance tango, the cultural dance from Argentina and now belongs to the world; has kick start us to build this website in order to provide upmost relavant information about Tango dance lessons and the Tango life in Kuala Lumpur. Unofficially, Tango was introduced to public in Year 2012 under the name Studio 646 the house of tango, also called Casa de Tango in Kuala Lumpur. The vision is to spread Tango to every part of Malaysia geographically and the mission is to share our Tango to all the Tango lovers in Malaysia, at the end of day; we would love people to dance Tango socially and appreciate the culture that come with it.
Michelle is an up-and-coming Milonguero in Malaysia. Her sensual and elegant movements have captivated the hearts of many. Her fascination with ‘Ganchos’, ‘Barridas’, ‘Sacadas’ or perhaps the Greek song named Nefeli’s Tango roused her love for the dance. For the past 10 years she has devoted herself to Tango by researching the music, culture, history and honing her technique from reputable and renowned Maestros, particularly Javier Rodriguez y Andrea Misse. Along the way, Michelle traveled to various festivals and took workshops and private classes with Maestros Nito y Elba Garcia, Fabian Peralta y Lorena Ermocida, Hiroshi y Kyoko Yamao, Jorge Dispari y Maria del Carmen and also a comprehensive musicality classes from Maestro Joaquin Amenabar. Salon Milonguero is a style she embraces. Michelle is currently teaching, DJs at Tango Caravan and started her own range of Tango wardrobe. In year 2017, Michelle started organizing workshops and milonga for world-class Maestros Javier Rodriguez and Moira Castellano in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. “Tango is a metaphor of life.” says, Mich.
Born and bred in Indonesia, Cristopher Wibowo put on his first pair of dance shoes in 2000. Having trained in Ballroom, Latin Ballroom , Latin, Salsa and Swing Dance and won numerous dance competitions. Cris decided to dedicate his life time journey to Argentine Tango. In 2007, he began to travel around the world to further pursue. Argentine Tango and fell in love with Tango Salon Milonguero after learning from Maestro Javier Rodriguez and Andrea Misse and has not looked back since. Cris’ extensive list of mentors includes: Milonguero dancers Raul (Argentina) and Lilia (Japan); Nito y Elba; Jorge Dispari y Maria Carmen. Salon dancers Hiroshi y Kyoko Yamao (Japan); Francisco Forquera y Carolina Bonaventura; Gabriel Misse y Analia Centurion, Natalia Hills; Fabian Peralta y Lorena Emocida; Fernanda Ghi y Guillermo Merlo; Miguel Angel Zotto; Leandra Oliver y Laila Rezk; Sebastian Misse y Andrea Reyero. Tango Salon and Nuevo dancers Adrian Veredice y Alejandra Hobert; Anibal Montenegro; Gladys Fernandes; Roberto Herrera y Tamara Bisceglia; Antonino Campostrini y Alejandra Vina; Estanialao Herrera y Veronica Vidan; Ceicillia Gonzalez; Enrique y Guillermo De Fazio (Los Hermanos Macana). Cris currently is traveling with his partner Michelle Ng from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to various Tango festivals to continue to master the art of Tango under the guidance of Javier Rodriguez. “Tango calms me.” says, Cris.
Monash tango performance
Tango performance Song : Remolino by Cris and Michelle aprill 2018
Casa de tango the dance academy
Studio and Dance Performances
Musica Maestro Ricardo tanturi dancers Cris and Michelle
Tango music education
a Million tango music, with different genre, song writer and music composer, artist. A knowledge to interpret music into the dance
Tango culture introduction
an etiquette in tango culture in dance social and in milonga
The Tango social dance