Hello I’m Maral.

My passion for Tango Dj’ing comes from my passion for Music. Even before tango I have

been always into music since I was 5. I played the piano when I was in high school. I used to

sing in school-bands, chorus. And after schooI, I became semi-professional in my music

career and started singing jingles. After 5 months I started dancing Tango, I decided to be a

DJ. I was in love with Tango music and I felt like Tango Music was becoming more important

for me than other music tracks I was listening before.

Knowing that there are numerous tracks out there for me to discover fueled my excitement

every day and keep my passion alive to become a well-known Argentine Tango Dj.

It has been 2 years now and I can say that there aren’t radical changes in my taste. I am

always on the side of more ‘classical eras and orchestras’.

I love to improvise! I love to improvise! ! I love to improvise! A night with surprises makes me

always feel very excited. Improvisation keeps my energy and excitement always up. This is

what I love most about DJ’ing.

My style of DJ’ing in 3 words; Rythmic, Flowing and Romantic! But anything can influence me

during an evening. The most important thing for me is the ‘energy’ in people, in their eyes, in

their dance, on the dance floor, in the venue and even outside the venue. That’s why my

number one aim in a milonga is to keep the energy always up! And I try to achieve this by

trying to choose the best cortinas for each night.

Music is international. True. Tango is international. True. Dance is international. True.

Cortinas are international. FALSE. In my opinion, cortinas can’t be similar in each country at

all, even in each city. You should always try to feel the culture of that city, feel the sense of

humor, feel the rhythm in that city and the crowd and organize your set according to these


My three favorite orchestras: Francisco Canaro, Juan D’arienzo and Osvaldo Pugliese