1. Dublin Argentine Tango society – www.dublintango.ie
2. Tango Ireland – www.tangoireland.com
tango_moninapaz Monina Paz represents the new generation of tango dancers in Argentina. Monina studied contemporary dance for 4 years in the Theatre San Martin from 17 years of age. She also studied for 5 years at the Academy of Performing Arts in Buenos Aires(IUNA), in addition to theatre performance seminars with Ann Strasberg (Cervantes Theatre).
Her tango career began under maestros Carlos Rivarola & Maria Rivarola, Ricardo Barrios, Mingo Pugliese & Esther Pugliese, Pablo Pugliese, Carlos & Rosa Perez, Eduardo Pareja, Graciela Gonzales.
In 2002 Monina Paz opened the first Tango School in Ireland. Based in Dublin, Tango Ireland is the premier exponent of Argentinian Culture in Ireland. Activities include weekly Milongas, conferences, courses and workshops in tango technique and choreography.
3. Tango Fiesta – www.tangofiestadublin.ie
Tango_0001 Kristina and Julian are the  dancers selected by the Argentinian Embassy to perform at all their regular events. Their Recent highlights include:  Tango Choreography for  the new Riverdance Show, Heartbeat of Home, Sell out Performances  at the  National Concert Hall and The Dublin Theatre Festival, Performances on RTE’s  Dont Tell the Bride, The View, TV3’s TVAm, and their own highly acclaimed 19 week show.
Kristina qualifications include Master’s degrees in Choreography, Theatre Direction and Musical Composition and advanced diplomas in pilates and yoga. She has studied with tango legends Pablo Veron and Geraldine Rojas. Julian was apprentice to the great Mingo Pugliese in his native Buenos Aires. They have hosted 9 major Festivals in Dublin, and have extensive worldwide performing and teaching experience.
4. Compadrito Tango – www.tangofever.netHernan and SimonaHernan and Simona set up Compadrito Tango in 2004. Since then, they have had a pivotal role in the country’s tango scene through the organization of tango classes and events. Hernan and Simona have performed in some of the most important venues around the country and they are the directors of the International Tango Festival in Ireland.

Their dance style is fluid and elegant, with much focus on the connection and music. They combine old and new elements into a seamless flow.Their teaching style is highly appreciated for the clarity and precision as well as the individual attention they pay to their students.

 

 

 

1. Cork Tango society – www.corktango.com
1. Galway tango Society – www.gats.ie
2. Caminos de Tango – www.caminosdetango.com

1. Limerick Tango – www.limericktango.com
2. Che Tango –

1. Belfast Argentine Tango society – http://tangoinbelfast.org
1. Kilkenny tango – http://www.kilkennytango.com/
1. Waterford tango -http://www.tangowaterford.p4o.net