Cambridge Milonguero Weekend
with Ricardo Viqueira
in Cambridge, by Tangueando

In our continuing devotion to enriching tango in Cambridge and bringing the Argentine tango culture to the East of England and especially the Cambridge tango scene, Tangueando arranged an exclusive visit in Cambridge of this well-known milonguero and tango teacher from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

In his second, exclusive visit to UK, Ricardo visited Cambridge where he gave a number of tango, milonga and vals workshops and a Tango seminar.

Have a look at his background and some of the videos we selected for you:

Ricardo is known for his ease, elegance, musicality and masterful footwork as well as for being a passionate and inspiring teacher. Ricardo will bring us closer to the reality of the Buenos Aires milongas and the milonguero culture.

Visit our events of Tango in Cambridge page for more info on our Argentine Tango school and forthcoming events.


Ricardo Viqueira is a "milonguero porteño" and his connection to tango has deep roots.  In his teaching Ricardo emphasizes the close embrace style and the roles of the axis and connection. He teaches his students how to recognise opportunities to change direction, develop the ability to dance in small or crowded spaces, and to create their own personal dance.

Being a milonguero, Ricardo does not beat around the bush. His teaching is all about dancing in the milonga. 

He is one of the most respected and sought-after teachers in Buenos Aires where he regularly teaches and in the rest of the world is well known exponent of the "milonguero" culture.

Ricardo is renowned for dancing Milonga with Traspié and Canyengue. He was the man behind the revival of the historic and well known Club Sin Rumbo in the neighbourhood of Villa Urquiza. He also organized the Cristal Tango in Avenida San Martin in Buenos Aires.

He has been invited to teach in Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland, Brazil, the United States, Korea and China and this was his second, exclusive visit in the UK! 


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Ricardo Viqueira e Maria Darritchon @ Pasion Milonguera (Conegliano, IT)
Tango: «El adiós» by Edgardo Donato

Ricardo Viqueira @ El Tango - Seul
Tango: «Pocas Palabras» by Ricardo Tanturi y su Orquesta Tipica


Workshops & Seminar

Ricardo gave two workshops on Friday & Saturday and a Seminar on Sunday:

• FRIDAY: Tango workshops

• SATURDAY: Milonga & vals workshops

• SUNDAY: Tango Seminar

Ricardo is particularly well known for his ease, elegance, musicality and masterful footwork as well as for being a passionate and inspiring teacher.

7:00 - 8:30pm
TANGO 1: Embrace, musicality and the lead (marca).
«Tango 1: Abrazo, musicalidad y marca.»
All levels
8:45 - 10:15pm
TANGO 2: Sequences for good floorcraft.
«Tango 2: Secuencias para la circulación en la pista»
All levels
2:15 - 3:45pm
MILONGA 1: Milonga lisa, musicality.
«Milonga lisa, musicalidad.»
> 1 year 
4:00 - 5:30pm
Vals: Giros and contragiros, musicality.
«Giros y contragiros, musicalidad»
All levels
4:00 - 7:00pm
SEMINAR: «The giro and its structures: changes of direction and circulation»
SEMINARIO: «El giro y su estructuras: cambios de dirección y circulación»
> 1 year 

Ricardo Viqueira & Maria Plazaola
Tango: «Enamorado» by Juan D'Arienzo
Milonga: «Morena» by Esteban Morgado @ 2:45


The workshops and the Seminar were for a strictly limited number of couples.



Venue for the Friday workshops
(Friday 20 November):

The workshops took place at our usual Friday teaching space (the same venue as Milonga Pasional - "Magenta" site):

St. Augustine's church, 101 Richmond Road, Cambridge, CB4 3PS


Venue for the Saturday workshops & the Sunday seminar
(Saturday & Sunday 21–22 November):

The workshops and seminar took place at our usual Tuesday teaching space (Brown's Field - "Red" site):

Brown's Field Youth & Community Centre, 31a Green End Road, Cambridge, CB4 1RU