I came across an old magazine with an interview of Susana Miller in 2003. What is the milonguero style? It's a style danced in Buenos Aires from many years ago that was very popular during the 1940s and 50s. It was developed when many cabarets and confiterias opened as dancing places in downtown, replacing bigger ones such as neighborhood clubs. That space reason generated a more closed embrace tango. Which are the main features of this style? It's a tango that starts from the hug, we call it "a hug that walks." Its choreography and rhythm have their own features. Circulation is also special, since couples move both on their axis and in concert with the other couples following a circular route. How much time is necessary to be ready to go dancing? That depends on the ability and dedication of each person. Some learn faster but all can end dancing well. On average, you can be an intermediate in three months, and an advanced for life. I mean, there's no ceiling. What is necessary to dance tango? Sensitivity. The human being is very sensitive. The person who is well connected to the world is also connected with music. Some people are afraid of that connection and even unconsciously are afraid of music. it's interesting and funny that idea of "fear of music." Aren't some people unqualified for dancing? Many people arrived saying, I can't dance, and today they are great dancers. Most of the people can because most of us have a body and we like music, which are enough conditions tolearn. Disqualification only exists in the head. And when the head rules, the body obeys. The teacher must show the pupil that he can. Who were your teachers? Many people, but mainly Pocho Pizarro, Gustavo Naveira and Pepito Avellaneda. But those who influenced me more were the milongueros. I learned a lot with them. What's your vision of tango teaching abroad? Some communities progressed, usually thanks to a milonguero teacher. People get interested in this style because of the feeling, the rhythm and the relationship between the couple and the floor. I think teachers and organizers should have a more cooperative effort for the benefit of their communties. And how are the milongas abroad? Some milongas understand that tango is a party, where one takes part and isn't just a spectator. Others replaced the party with an event because they couldn't organize a party.