Team Brody 2019 | Teacher - Artists - Bands - Specials - DJs

Competence, variety, openness and  the love of adventure are important criteria to be part of the Safari team. Different methods of dance and movement training are united so that new dance experiences can be produced. The wide range of workshops being offered assure that there is a right one for every taste and every level of proficiency.

Natasha Lewinger & Haris Mihail – Tango

Natasha Lewinger and Haris Mihail both started their tango in 2007 and their paths crossed at the beginning of 2016. They both love social dancing and especially the milonguero style. In their dance and in their classes, they value the connection, the musicality, dynamics, elegance and the necessary technical fundamentals.

Natasha and Haris are among the newcomerstars of the tango scene and we are happy to have them on board again.

Natasha is from Montevideo (Uruguay), the grace of her dance, her never-ending legs and her embrace are legendary.

Adrián Luppi & Anita Escobar – Tango

On their travels through Europe, Adrians and Anitas crossed paths and have been working together as a dance couple since 2017.

In their classes and dance, they leave aside the steps, but emphasize the freedom of the feeling and the movement, musicality, and mutual listening to leading and following. Their workshops are full of a great energy and creativity.

In addition to tango, they also devote themselves to Argentine folklore and are passionate Zamba and Chacarera dancers.

Anita started her Tango adventure as a ballet dancer at the age of 8. On this basis she began to work in various dance styles such as Argentine folklore, contemporary & neoclassical dance, salsa, bachata, kizomba and zouk.

Agata Czartoryska & Michał Kaczmarek – Tango

They studied with among these Maestros: Alejandra Mantinan, Aonikena Quiroga, Vanessa Villalba, Facundo Pinero, Geraldine Rojas, Ezequiela Paludi, Leandro Palou, Maria Tsiatsiani. Luciana Arregui and Andres Laza Moreno had the greatest influence on their dance in the Tango Salon style and Maestro el Puchu in the Milonguero style.

Her dance is "lindo" and "comodo". (beautiful and comfortable). It is a dialogue, it always happens "here and now". Tango is "dance music". They teach two types of tango: de salon and milonguero, which are based on their own method of transmitting technique and musicality. During the lessons they also offer a large portion of historical and cultural knowledge. Tango theatre performances use various other dance techniques based on the tango scenario.

Constantin Rüger & Christiane Rohn – Tango

Tango technique in the service of art: A solid technique, in particular a good posture as a prerequisite for the "fusion" with the dance partner as well as the prevention of bad postures and back problems, are indispensable for Christiane in her lessons. She has been teaching on ice, in school and on the floor for over 15 years.

Constantin is an elegant dancer with a sense for playful details; his dance style is characterized by elements of the classical salon style and modern tango.

Malachai Payne – Tango

Malachai Payne came into contact with stage tango at the age of 14. After leaving the stage, his early contact with tango gave him a great passion for tango music and a strong focus on learning. After working at the University Tango Club, he moved to Berlin, where he now teaches and enriches the scene.

Malachai's teaching focuses strongly on the couple connection required to create complex movements from numerous tangos. His primary goal is to provide students with the tools to promote musicality, comfort and creativity.

Alicja Mikolajczyk – Tango

Ala Malisa is a dancer, teacher and choreographer - since her earliest youth she is dedicated to dance (folk dance, ballet, modern jazz, Broadway jazz, swing jazz, contemporary dance, contact improvisation). 2009-2013 head of the children's dance group "Stonoga", 2011 graduated contemporary dance studies, 2007-2012 member of "House of Dance" Jazz Theater and Physical Dance Theater "Pracownia fizyczna".

In 2010 she fell in love with the tango, in 2013 she moved to Berlin to pursue this new love in a better way. Since then she has been intensively developing her tango skills in Germany, Argentina and Turkey. Her teachers were i.a. Ruben Feliz, Silvio Lavila, Sara Grdán and Ivan Terrazas, Janina Quinones, Noelia Hurtado, Stefania Colina and Juan Martin Cararra, Fatima Vitale.

Louisa von Halle – Tango

In 2014, Louisa completed a 3-year training as a dance teacher in Hamburg. She planned and directed various dance projects with children and adolescents. As a choreographer, she developed various pieces with the approach of combining dance, drama and tango - among others, in 2015, together with Jessica Hellmann, the play "Sehn.Sucht" was created.

Louisa's first teachers were Katharina Meier and Ulrich Struhk. She then studied with various teachers in Berlin and Buenos Aires. As a tango teacher she worked among others in the Tangomatrix (Hamburg) and since 2017 in the Mala Junta (Berlin). At the TangoSafari she will teach together with Marion de Camillis. Both combine the joy of creativity and freedom in dance.

Armin Marschall – Tango

As a teacher and as a dancer he does not only concentrate on the richness of tango-content but also on the form of learning, for the way one learns influences the dance. Or in his words: The style of one's dance is the story of its appropriation.

Armin taught for five years in Art.13 and is part of the Mala Junta-Team since 2016. 

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Karin Schneider – Tango