11. International QueerTango-Festival in Berlin:

we are more than happy to celebrate with you again in 2023! We expect hundreds of guests and renowned teachers and artists from all over the world.

Join us for a wide selection of open role workshops for all levels, milongas, shows and lots of fun.

Confirmed teachers and artists 2023:

Ezgi Turmus (Turkey) & Kat Gorsuch (Berlin), Leonardo Sardella (NYC), Arts Klints & Esteban Sabaria (BA), Astrid Weiske (Berlin), Brigitta Winkler (Berlin/NYC), Dawid Belach & Tomasz Sepowicz (Poznan), Mila Morandi Maiorelli (Rome) Celine Tiberghien (Paris)

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11. International QueerTango-Festival in Berlin,
6. - 10. July 2023:

Germany's Queer & Tango metropolis invites you to the 11th edition of the Berlin international QueerTango Festival established in 2011, one of the most successful Queer and open role Tango events worldwide. Since then more than 300 registered participants from all over the world come to Berlin every year to dance tango, to learn, to meet friends and to make new contacts. The workshops with many international renowned tango teachers and dancers fill up, and the evening activities and Milongas are extremely well attended. The open and relaxed atmosphere is especially appreciated by participants and guests. The world's largest QueerTango Festival will take place again at the end of July. So be a part of the fascinating, magical world of QueerTango.

We are looking forward to seeing you!!

Encounters in movement

Since the year 2009, tango has been part of the world culture heritage of the UNESCO. Berlin attracts increasing numbers of tango enthusiasts year after year, since Germany's capital is the second largest tango metropolis in the world, right after Buenos Aires. How convenient that they are sister cities. Exchanging and advancing, contact and communication, passion and surrender that's tango. A unique opportunity to build a bridge between many different everyday worlds.

The International QueerTango Festival Berlin wants to connect the far shore of the Rio de la Plata with that of the Spree. The festival not only encourages dialogue between the cultures, but also contributes to the integration of lesbians, gays and transgender on the social stage. Tango is part of the projection of the heteronormative dance culture.

Time for a change in leading!

The QueerTango Festival invites all tango enthusiasts to its "open role classes" - regardless of sexual orientation - to break out of the convenient roles, and to experience "leading" and "following" in a new perspective. QueerTango is both a symbol of and a medium for being respectful and attentive with each other. It is a dancing dialogue between two people based on an equally balanced exchange � regardless of national boundaries and categories such as origin or social gender.

What is familiar ground for lesbians, gays and transgender in everyday life, can transform into a fascinating discovery in QueerTango for every dancer, in a light, playful and sensual manner. For the term "queer" not only refers to the origin based in gay subculture, but also to the "queer", strange, rarely questioned gender roles of tango. The changing roles deepen the understanding of tango and enable an intensive experience of the dance. For advanced dancers the art of giving up and taking the leading role offers a creative challenge and a source of inspiration.

Shall we dance?

Over a period of 5 days, the QueerTango Festival offers a number of workshops with different topics and aspects, taught by internationally renowned teachers of the tango and the queer tango world. Keep your dancing shoes on until the early hours, for there will be milongas with performances and live music every night. Since the workshops booked up very fast last years, an early registration is recommended. For this, you will also enjoy the early-booking discount!

Partner & Cooperation:

phynixtanzt berlin - studio f�r Tango Argentino & modern dance
Hasenheide 54, 10967 Berlin
Queertango Berlin mit Astrid Weiske & Gästen
Classes Workshops, Guestteachers and Private Lessons with Astrid Weiske & Guests
A Compas-Studio & Location
Hasenheide 54, Südsternhöfe, 10967 Berlin

Zossener Str. 65, 10961 Berlin
Bebop Berlin
Pfuelstr. 5, 10997 Berlin