and Eric Müller are not only the pioneers of Argentinian
Tango in Brasil but also in popular demand as guest teachers in many countries.
Their style is influenced by the rythmically diverse Tango of the 30s
and 40s and their claim to authenticity.
Drawing from 29 years of experience in performance and teaching, they
place the understanding of the movement patterns specific to Tango at
the centre of their work. Additional key aspects are interpretation of
the music and a feeling for connectedness. All of this Eric and Jeusa
teach in a very articulate yet sensitive way. On top of that, they are
known for having teaching methods meeting the highest standards. Since
a couple of years they are based in Berne/Switzerland where additional
to their classes they organise a Milonga. (see the interview
in the Tango magazine 'Tangodanza')
born in Switzerland made first contact with Tango in 1985 during his formation
in Dance Theatre in Bremen and Berlin. In 1986 he decided to spend a year
in Buenos Aires to study Tango and the culture surrounding it. On his
way back home he met Jeusa Vasconcelos in Rio de Janeiro.
made her decision to become a dancer at an early age and spent many years
training in Rio de Janeiro. When she met Eric Müller in 1987 she
was working for various Dance Companies, running a Dance School and studying
Journalism. Simultaneously she started an intensive work partnership with
Eric and a life for Tango.