Gisela & Sergio

From 1995 onwards they have developed a style based on the quest for harmony, fluidity, sensuality and balance.
1995-97: touring in Europe with “Gomina”. 1998-2005: film Tango with the “Grand Orchestre of Juan José Mosalini”, then world tour (USA, Canada). Choreographers and dansers in “Tango, la elegia de quienes ya no estàn”, “Maria de Buenos Aires”, with “I Flamminghi” and “Solisten van Vlaanderen”. Soloists in many shows: Sexteto Veritango, Buenos Aires, Tango Ensemble, Quintet Tiempo Sur, Tanguisimo and Piacevole. 2001: Festival “Buenos Aires Tango”, Paris (Palais de Chaillot). In 1997, they founded the association “Estacion Tango” and created their own school in Brussels. As teachers and dansers in Europe and in the USA, they will celebrate 11 years of a shared quest in April 2006.

Sergio Molini

Debut at the Escuela Clasica y Moderna of Juan Carlos Abraham (Argentina). In 1985 he met Jorge Donn and joined the group “Mudra International” (Belgium, Maurice Béjart). Shows: “Ballet of the 20th century” (Béjart) and others, such as “Ballet Municipal del Teatro San Martin” (Buenos Aires, Ana Maria Steckelmann and Oscar Araiz). Choreography: La Reina de la noche (Théâtre Juan de Vera) and Los inmigrantes de ningun lugar (2001 Argentina).

Gisela Graef Marino

Started at the Escuela municipal de Musica y Danza in Santiago (Chile), then onto Munich, New York and Paris. 1983: forerunner of Argentinian tango in Paris, in “Pavements of Buenos Aires”. 1985: Danser and choreographer in Libertango Paris. 1987-92: Como un Tango and Aguantango with the group Gomina. 1992: Revolver at the Maria Podesta theatre (Buenos Aires). 1993-94: partner with Pablo Verón in the show Fous de folies (Alfredo Arias, Folies Bergères, Paris).