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Augusto LaMarshall



Augusto is the founder and producer of the world's most famous Queer Tango milonga, Milonga La Marshall, and one of the organizers of the International Queer Tango Festival of Buenos Aires. Together with Miguel Moyano, Augusto formed the first professional gay tango couple to perform in Buenos Aires and Europe. He later co-created the dance company Propuesta which extensively toured the globe. Augusto was part of the jury at both the Metropolitano and Mundial Tango Championships in Buenos Aires. For his dedication to the integration of Tango into the gay community, Augusto was included in the book "The History of Tango", published by Corregidor in 2011. Invited as a guest lecturer, teacher and performer at Queer Tango Festivals all over the world, year after year, Augusto's career has taken him to England, Denmark, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Uruguay, Hamburg, The Czech Republic, France, Cyprus, Russia and North America.


  • Time: 1-2:30pm
    Location: Bienvenido Studio, 7910 Garland Ave., Takoma Park, MD
    Topics: Leading for Followers
    *followed by 30 minute practica

  • Time: 3-4:30pm
    Location: Bienvenido Studio, 7910 Garland Ave., Takoma Park, MD
    Topics: Dynamic Role-Switching
    *followed by 30 minute practica

  • Time: 5-6:30pm
    Location: Bienvenido Studio, 7910 Garland Ave., Takoma Park, MD
    Topics: Following for Leaders
    *followed by 30 minute practica



Thursday, October 10
Radio Interview - details coming soon
Teaching at BloomBars: All-levels class on "How to connect with anyone"

Friday, October 11
Coming Out Day” events - details coming soon

Saturday, October 12
Workshops - see above

Sunday, October 13
Brunch and Tango Talk hosted by the DC Queer Tango Collective - details coming soon

Tuesday, October 16
Tango Elements class + performance at ESL Queer Milonga

Thursday, October 17
Queer Tango Initiation at BloomBars - details coming soon

Augusto will also be available for a limited number of private lessons.

Augusto has had a unique role in the evolution of modern tango in Buenos Aires, one which promotes an inclusive and egalitarian culture where anyone can lead, follow, or switch roles regardless of their biology or gender identity. We are excited to welcome him to DC and invite him to help us build this type of culture within our own tango community.

For more information about Augusto’s visit or to schedule a private lesson, please contact our Queer Tango Program Manager, Liz Sabatiuk.

Earlier Event: September 8
Flawless Connection Series with Masha