12. Tangoweekend with Sebastian Arce

Maestro Sebastian Arce will visit us for the 12th time at our Tangoloft Vienna!

Here the program:

Friday, 6th of October

19:00 - 21:00 Seminar: TANGO MUSICALITY

- musicality with piano
- how to interact
- how to decorate for women

Saturday, 7th of October

18:30 - 20:30 Seminar: TANGO

- Understanding the differences between mechanics and energy


21:00 - 01:30 Milonga


Sunday, 8th of October

17:00 - 19:00 Seminar: MILONGA
- musicality, accents and contrast




Tuesday, 10th of October

19:00 - 20:00 Technique for followers

20:15 - 21:15 Technique for leaders

1 Seminar (2 h) 60€/ person, 2 Seminars 100€, Full package: 150€ (3 Seminars + Milonga)

Technique Workshops: 1 WS 30€, 2 WS 50€ , Milonga: 15€

Registration: info@tangoacademia.at
If you don't have a dance partner, we can try to find one for you.

Cancellation: must be made at least 2 days in advance, otherwise the seminar fees will be charged.




Sebastian Arce is one of the most renowned tango dancers & teachers of our time. Born in Santiago del Estero/Argentina, he started to dance folclore and tango at the age of 8 years. He learned from the famous milongueros of the old times and Juan Carlos Copes was his artistic father.

Together with Mariana Montes they contributed to the evolution of the Argentine tango internationally. They dance for more than 20 years together. Their work has taken them to visit since '99 over 140 cities and 35 countries. Their names are easily found on the top of the casting of the most renown yearly international tango events.

In February 2009, Sebastian was named "Honorary Academic itinerant" by the National Academy of Tango in Buenos Aires. In 2011, Sebastian and Mariana have created the first school online: TangoMeet!
In 2012, Sebastian founded his school: “Arcetango Academia”.

     Interview with Sebastian & Mariana (Part I):

     Interview with Sebastian & Mariana (Part II):

Past Events

Sebastian Arce at the Tangoloft March 10th-12th 2017:

Das war unser Wochenende vom 19.-22. Nov. 2015 mit den Gastlehrern Laila Rezk & Leandro Oliver:

Fotos findet ihr hier