Veronica has been dancing tango since 2000 and actively teaching and performing since 2007. She lives in Paris and is one of the founders and teachers of Tango Mon Amour. She teaches in Paris and travels regularly to others cities of France, as well as elsewhere in Western and Eastern Europe, Russia and Canada. Veronica has Russian origins, but started dancing tango while living in The Netherlands. Her experience in modern dance and classical ballet allowed her to build a solid technique, further enriched by her experience with various bodywork techniques. She has worked with different partners, performing and teaching in France, Sweden, Norway, UK, Italy, The Netherlands, Cyprus, Greece, Germany, Czech Republic, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Canada and the USA. Veronica is an elegant dancer with a strong personality and a refined sense of music. In her teaching she emphasizes musicality, connection in the couple and the quality of movement. She is also a popular tango blogger, often invited to give conferences about the topics she touches upon in her writing. Her essays on tango are translated into 18 languages and shared by tango people all over the world.
Veronica first came to Montreal – and to MonTango – in the spring of 2017. She returns in 2019 as the featured guest dancer at Tanguerafest, from March 13 to 17. Veronica will teach women's technique workshops, several pre-milonga classes for everyone, will perform with MonTango's Jean-Sébastien Viard at the Tanguerafest Ball on March 16 and will close the festival with a conference titled Lady in Red: Being a woman in Argentine Tango. Click here for the full Tanguerafest schedule. Veronica will arrive in Montreal on March 9 and will be available for private lessons until March 18. Contact us for more information.
Veronica's website: www.verotango.com
Find her essays at: www.verotango.com/p/essays.html
A collection of nineteen essays is available in a book called WHY TANGO, which can be purchased on Amazon.
Veronica's performance videos: www.verotango.com/p/performing.html