Lessons & Events
The Maestros teach private and group classes, both online and in person.
In this page you will find information about events and exhibitions in different parts of the world.
Gabriel Missé is a dancer, teacher, and choreographer of Argentine Tango.
Missé began dancing when he was four years old with internationally renowned Argentine National Folkloric dancer and choreographer “el Chucaro”, Santiago Ayala; he has since studied Tango with Carlos Rivarola, Miguel Ángel Zotto, and Antonio Todaro. Missé has been called the “Baryshnikov of Tango” in the New York Times. He has worked in various theaters on Corrientes Avenue and with the Tango X2 show, the Mariano Mores show, and others, including eight years in the Vail Dance Festival. In 1997 he made his debut at City Center with Zotto’s company, Tango X2 and then returned in 2015 with his own work. He and his partner Maru Rifourcat have danced together since 2018.
Maru Rifourcat is a professional dancer, teacher, and choreographer from Argentina. At the age of four, she took her first dance steps and has studied ballet, modern, jazz, and contemporary dance in Italy, Argentina, and the US.
Maru has excelled in several national and international dance competitions as a soloist and group performer. She has danced in numerous television and stage programs, in “Calle Corrientes” shows, national and international tours, as well as on cruise ships. In 2017 she met Maestro Missé and started traveling the world with him the following year, teaching and dancing true Argentine Tango.