Pablo Garcia follows the tradition of the most important “kings of Tango Salon” of all ages and presents with great success throughout the dancing ballrooms all over the world, the inheritance of his great and unforgettable maestros. His artistic expression is accompanied by a perfect dancing technique and by the most refined comprehension of the Salon style. The elegance and distinction of this old and always young tango style are reflected equally in Pablo’ s dancing as well as in his teaching method.
His sharp precision, the perfect cadence and fluidity of his dancing steps alongside the perfect technique are the reasons for which the most important tango schools in the world are presenting him with pride among the most famous contemporary maestros.
The soft embrace and his harmonious stepping are melting in a dance in which the impeccable technique and the most refined artistic interpretation of tango music, as well as his permanent focus on the woman as central point of his dance, are the elements that define best his style as a dancer.
Dancing from the center, using the dissociation techniques, walking within a perfect connection with the dancing partner, are his own references in tango that he keeps on passing on to his students.
His teaching method, despite integrating various elements coming from his former maestros, especially from the methodology of Tango Salon style teaching of Osvaldo Zotto as well as from that of his current director of “Tangox2” company, Miguel Angel Zotto, Pablo has developed his own teaching style and his own methodology of teaching which are constantly enriched with his researches for new techniques and standards, ways of working and training that he creates or discovers through his rigorous work with his students.
Watching Pablo Garcia performing, whether it is in the ballroom or on stage, during shows or exhibitions, is always a celebration of tango dancing which everyone will keep on watching with the same emotion felt in a moment of beauty impatiently expected.
Pablo Garcia most teaching take place in Italy in the schools of Rome, Como, Napoli, Calabria, Salerno, as well as during events organized in various places in Italy and all over Europe in countries such as Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain, Romania, Portugal as well as in Brazil and Argentina.