Pequeña – guest teachers & djs

Our dj- and teacher team at Pequeña is always composed of Tangokombinat members and dear friends who share our philosophy of social tango in a close embrace.
This is where we present our guests. They are not aloof stars, but social dancers who will actively participate in the event. The pictures below show them dancing at Pequeña or the FCA.
As we believe in continuity, we do not renew our staff constantly. Most djs and teachers will be re-invited for a couple of times. Why change something that is already perfect?
This year’s invitees have all graduated from Detlef’s & Melina’s Tango Teacher Training. A simple means to ensure an excellent teaching and djing quality. 


Alja Ferme & Sašo Živanovic´
Ambassadors of the close embrace, who built a tango community in their home town Celje (Slovenia), have been teaching internationally for many years, event organisers.
Click here to find their website.

Their workshop @ Pequeña: Milonga, the dance of many faces
We embark on the quest for the swingy, back-and-forth feeling of the milonga, but base it on the calm and grounded intepretation of the underlying habanera rhythm.

Beatrice Zernitz & Marco Rossi
Have been teaching for more than 11 years and built up an impressive and super dedicated tango community in Firenze (Italy.)
They are not very active on the internet, but this is where you can find Marco on Facebook.

Their workshop @ Pequeña: In and out of lane, in and out of axis
In this class we’ll work on walking on the inner and outside lanes whilst respecting the axis of both partners. We will then examine how going off-axis can happen by mistake or be done consciously using simple and possibly more complex ideas.

DJ Alja Ferme
Alja is a regular at Pequeña who has worked in many different countries and djs regularly in her home town.
We love her music!

DJ Patrycja Kaminska
Is from Szczecin (Poland) where she djs on a regular basis, but in the last 2 years, she has started working at international events in several European countries.
At Pequeña ’19, we liked her music so much, that we re-invited her.